Eiffel Villa Garibaldi
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... completion, however Marie Antoinette used it when she was married to Louis XVI. We had our lunch in an al fresco restaurant instead of the banks of the Grand Canal as the threat of rain was ever present. It was interesting chatting to some of our tour group and to Stu while we were eating. After lunch we rode to the entrance to the palace museum and by this time, the crowds had died down. Of course Stu had organised it ...
... it was very easy to walk around and listen to. Walking into the louvre was amazing! It's a beautiful stone building and the pyramids five off great light in the foyer. Walking into the display rooms was like walking into some of my interior design history classes from TAFE. So much empire style in these rooms!! It was amazing walking through them all. We walked through some of napoleons rooms, saw the winged victory, the Venus de milo and of course the Mona ...
... you could see the top of the Eiffel Tower and the Gold Dome of the Invalides. Rows and rows of rosé bushes lines the courtyard - it was lovely. Also in the courtyard was The Gates of Hell - really beautiful iron doors and The Three Shades. So far on this museum I was impressed. We toured the main house where more marble sculptures were. He also carved a lot of terra cotta too. Very interesting. Then we went behind the house to the garden - I could ...
... Lautrec, Renoir and the studio of Picasso. And my favorite....walked the same streets of Henry Miller and Anais Nin, to each apartment, their hotel, and had an espresso at their favourite cafes. My hotel ended up being in the same neighborhood without initially knowing it.
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I spent hrs in the cemetery of Montparnasse - not such a bad thing as I felt really peaceful. ************e there. I came in ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed