Hotel Sezz Paris
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... just after 7am and setting off on a train to Epernay at 8.30. The weather forecast wasn't looking great, and it stayed true, raining as we entered Epernay around 10am. We headed straight to the information centre, where a very helpful lady offered us 3 cellars to visit as a walk in. We decided to go to de Castellane, despite never hearing of it before. We arrived just in time for a tour and we're lucky because there were only about 8 of us. ...
... avenues and streets interspersed with parks. The city as old as it is is well set out.
Paris has apparently more tourists visiting it than any other city in the world and I can well believe it. As looking down from the Arc De Triomphe, which is on a hill and looking down the Champs Élysées you can see thousands of people walking up the tree lined avenue, or eating the cafes or shopping at all the high end stores along ...
... can see the whole city below – very, very cool!
After taking the stairs all the way to the bottom, we jumped on le Metro and headed to the Musee D'Orsay. A converted, old train station provided a fitting setting for some phenomenal works of art – Seurat, ...
I am really behind on my blog, but I am going to try and catch up this week!
My third stop for Spring Break was Paris. In all honesty, I was not excited to go there. I heard it was a lot like Rome in terms of the crazy tourists and peddlers, and I did not have a great experience in Rome. However, I was surpirsed because Paris ended up being my favorite city throughout Spring Break.
We arrived late Tuesday night, so on ...
... and the contrast between the creativity and charm of the city as we see it today and the rigid coldness of the soldiers in the black and white print is striking and even chilling.
Speaking of being chilling, it was getting a little cold as we stood outside the Arc and I was debating what to do next. I wanted to show my sister so much of the city and was planning on starting at the Eiffel Tower and walking along the Seine, across to the Place de la Concorde, ...