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5 based on 91 reviews
Partagez, le temps d’un cours, la passion et le savoir-faire d’un Meilleur Ouvrier de France. L’école Nicolas Bernardé permet un voyage à travers les recettes de pâtisserie traditionnelle ou innovante, bases incontournables et saveurs audacieuses. Des programmes d’apprentissage thématiques offrent ainsi la possibilité de se découvrir un talent ou de perfectionner son plaisir
I will come back! I offer you to do the same :-) was intersting...and give good taste to come back and try more...learn more. thank you for a great exprience
4.5 based on 151 reviews
A nice place to go for a walk in such a built-up city: Levallois-Perret has 63,000 people crammed into one square mile! There are attendants on patrol, but this didn't seem to prevent a young lout from walking across the lawn instead of using the footpaths. If we all did this, there would be no grass left at all in the park.
4.5 based on 55 reviews
This beautiful museum, once a railroad station, now houses a staggering collection of Impressionist art, as well as other items created between 1848 and 1914. In 2011, the museum is running a renovation of the top floor (impressionist gallery). Only ground and medium floor are accessible. The top floor will re-open on the 20th of October. Meanwhile, some impressionist masterpieces are not visible.
On our last full day in Paris we visited Musée d’Orsay. We got there early (and thank god we did) arriving at 09:40 just after opening to join a huge queue which stretched to the corner of the block. It took us just over an hour to get in, but it was worth the wait.
Also being the first Sunday of the month, entry was free which was a real bonus though the full price ticket is only €12 per adult.
On arrival we head straight up to the 5th floor to the only cafe which was open at the time. Worth noting that until 11:45 they only serve tea, coffee, cake and desserts so we ordered tea, a pint of cola and my husband had a Belgian waffle. Once lunch could be ordered I had the Salade Parisian and my husband the Fois Grais.
Both of which was very nice and all in all cane to around €45
We started our visit on the 5th floor after our lunch and it is without a doubt the best section.
With a huge collection of Monet, Renoir you would not be disappointed by the majority of Exhibitions. I particularly liked the Sisley collection.
Having arrived at 11:15 we departed around 14:30.
It’s a stunning museum with a collection which I am sure would have something for everyone.
I’ll be honest, I was very surprised by how much of the art work I really liked. I would never have classed myself as a fan of the Impressionists as our personal art collection is very modern day while quite eclectic to say the least but there were a number of the Monet and Sisley pieces which I found quite stunning.
For €12 each you cannot go wrong with a visit to this beautiful museum which in itself is a piece of art, originally an old railway station, this old building is something to be admired in its own right.
Would absolutely recommend if you can stand the queues.
4.5 based on 385 reviews
From the second you arrive to the second you leave, a moment of sheer relaxation: from the strong, skilled hands of Sonia for the fabulous all-over body scrub to the exquisite full-body massage with divinely scented oils - by the time you've been through their...MoreHello Mrs, thank you for your review, That's very nice, See you soon Best regard Mr FEKKAK,
4.5 based on 76 reviews
This is the only military cemetery outside of the US that has the fallen of both wars buried in it. It has a beautiful loggia with statues specifically commissioned to commemorate both WWI and WWII. Lewis Iselin, a professional artist who also commanded the ship that sunk the last German uboat in the Second World War, sculpted Memoire (Memory) for WWII as well as the wall friezes. This site should be visited by all Americans who come to Paris; we come every VE Day to say thank you! Easy to get here on the tram from either Defense or Porte de Versailles. The views of Paris are gorgeous and the Gardens are beautiful but the silent homage to our war dead is the most important!
4.5 based on 15 reviews
This performance hall hosts opera, ballet and chamber music Performances.
Grand looking building both inside and outside, excellent place for photo taking. Just one minor issue regards left behind your ID before you can rent the audio guide. Really? That's a bit strange. I would rather to be asked for higher rental fee for it.
4 based on 1 reviews
We walk by the La Grande Arche everyday during our stay in Paris. It is located between the La Defense Metro Station and our hotel. It was a very monumental building to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the French Revolution. If you like modern architecture, then you will be impressed with this colossal structure. The building takes on a different form and depth depending in where you view it. It is worth a visit. It is located in the heart of the business district of Paris and overshadows everything else in the area. The is a mall nearby.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
Randomly happened to be in the area and decided to stop by to see why it was an attraction. Turns out there is information (in French) about different eras and people who are buried there. Interesting to stroll through and observe the energies of the various sections and take in some history.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
The Sainte-Chapelle is the finest royal chapel to be built in France and features a truly exceptional collection of stained-glass windows. It was built in the mid 13th century by Louis IX, at the heart of the royal residence, the Palais de la Cité. It was built to house the relics of the Passion of Christ. Adorned with a unique collection of fifteen glass panels and a large rose window forming a veritable wall of light,the Sainte-Chapelle is a gem of French Gothic architecture. Designated world heritage site by UNESCO. Open:> 1st March to 31st October: Monday to Friday: from 9.30 a.m. to 12.45 a.m. and to 2.15 p.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday: from 9.30 a.m. to 6 p.m.> 1st November to 29th February: Monday to Friday: from 9 a.m. to 12.45 a.m. and to 2.15 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday: from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Last admission 30 minutes before closing time. The best time to visit is in the morning from Tuesday to Friday. Closed:> 1st January, 1st May and 25th December and in case of negative temperatures.
I recommend visiting here if you are in Paris. It is quite unique: a vision of Paradise viewed through 13th century eyes. The upper chamber has the most exquisite and breathtaking stained glass on every side, drawing your eyes heavenward.
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