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Paris Museum Pass and Seine River Cruise Including Delivery to Your Hotel
"You can avoid long lines for entrance to many of the museums in Paris with the Paris Museum Pass and a Seine River Cruise. The Paris Museum Pass will be activated starting from the first date of use. For your first visit it is better to start during the morning to fully enjoy the first day. Write on the back of the pass your surname first name and the date of first utilization. From that point your pass will be activated for 2 4 or 6 consecutive days depending on which option you select at booking. After the museum you can also enjoy the Seine Cruise with departure near the Eiffel Tower. When you take the Paris Seine River cruise you will see Paris from a different perspective. See The Eiffel Tower Notre Dame
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"Paris Museum Pass 2
Louvre Skip the Line Ticket"You can avoid long lines for entrance to the Museums with the Paris Museum Pass you gain free entry without queuing at the Louvre Orsay Museum and as many times as you wish to over 50 monuments and museums in and around Paris.Your museum pass will be delivered at your hotel in Paris 1 day before the date of your arrival in Paris . - Three options to choose from: 2
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Professional Photo Shoot Tour in Paris' Montmartre
"Visit the Montmarte district with your professional photographer guide on this 2-hour tour. Stroll by landmarks such as the Basilica of Sacre-Coeur the Wall of Love Moulin Rouge the Dalida statue and more. Choose from multiple departure times that best suit your desired affect. Select a casual or formal shoot depending on your attire.  Receive 300-400 pictures of you and your party including retouching done on twenty-five of the""Enjoy a 2-hour photo portrait sessions in Paris. Stroll around the Montmartre area with your professional photography guide. Capture the memories on 300-400 photos of you near such places as the Basilica of Sacre-Coeur and Moulin Rouge.title=Highlights&1=Choice+of+morning+or+afternoon+departure&2=Led+by+a+professional+photographer
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The Hall of Mirrors - La Galerie des Glaces Tips (44)

Main Attraction Of The Versaille Palace 2

Part two of my two part tip with more pictures around the fabulous Hall of Mirrors of The Palace of Versailles. Also known as the galerie des glaces, this huge hall is the setting where many state...
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machomikemd
Nov 04, 2016

The Main Attraction Of The Palace 1

this will be a two part tip with more pictures around the fabulous Hall of Mirrors of The Palace of Versailles. Also known as the galerie des glaces, this huge hall is the setting where many state...
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machomikemd
Nov 04, 2016

Charles le Brun “First Painter of the King”

Behind the Hall of Mirrors, symbol of the power of the King stands the remarkable project manager Charles le Brun (1619-1690). A French tourism official said that tourists are coming to France to see...
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breughel
Jan 04, 2015

Mirrors with mercury! - Miroirs au mercure!

Historians did wonder whether the story of the Venetian glassmakers attracted in France by Jean-Baptiste Colbert and betraying the Venetian secrecy of the manufacture of mirrors was true. It is said...
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breughel
Jan 04, 2015

From 1950

.. one of the things I remember is the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles. That is not surprising because this is the most famous part of the palace, built in 1678 as part of the renovation/addition to...
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grandmaR
Mar 14, 2014

The Hall of Mirrors

The Hall of Mirrors (La Grande Galerie) is an astounding room even today. But imagine the impression it must have made in the seventeenth century when even the smallest mirror was an expensive luxury...
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Nemorino
Mar 09, 2014

Hall of Mirrors

The most impressing hall - the Hall of Mirrors. At one side of a hall - 17 huge windows, and at another - 17 mirrors in the form of windows. It is especially light in a hall therefore, and crystal...
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Kuznetsov_Sergey
Dec 22, 2012

Hall of Mirrors

The Hall of Mirrors is by far the most impressive of the rooms in the Versailles Palace. The principal feature of this famous hall is the seventeen mirror-clad arches that reflect the seventeen...
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aukahkay
Feb 01, 2012

Unbelievable

The Hall of Mirrors is the central gallery of the palace. The gallery has beautiful windows that reflect the light from thefloor to seiling arched windows. The beautiful chandeliers are also reflected...
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cjg1
Mar 19, 2009

Hall of Mirrors

This amazing place is the central gallery of Versailles and is one of the most famous rooms in the world. It is absolutely astonishing!! just luxury, luxury and more luxury as the rest of the Palace....
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cinthya_in_victoria
Dec 29, 2008

Hall of Mirrors

After passing through the Grand Apartments of the King, you'll be in the Hall of Mirrors (galerie des glaces), the most famous part of the palace, built in 1678 as part of the 3rd renovation/addition...
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Dabs
Dec 09, 2008

The beautiful Hall of Mirrors

This is probably the room that Versailles is most well known for. Its a massively huge long room lined with mirrors and countless chandeliers hanging from the ceiling. Unfortunately its also extremely...
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mvtouring
Oct 22, 2008
 
 
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Things to Do Near Versailles

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Royal Chapel

One could think making a count of the number of royal mistresses and bastards (of whom the king took very well care) that the daily presence of the king at the mass in the royal chapel was a question...
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Grand Canal

On two of our trips to Versailles, we went by car directly after arriving at Orly Airport (from the U.S.), en route to Chartres. We paid a minimal admission fee (we were not going in the chateau) and...
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Versailles - Daytrip

Versailles Chateau is the ancent residence of the Borbone dinasty. At the beginning of his kingdom, Luigi XIV could not find any palace that could satisfy him, he tried the Palay Royal, the Louvre and...
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The Palace of Versailles

Final part of the king's private suite tips with more pictures. the interior apartments and suite rooms of whichares composed of The gold-plate room, The bath chamber/privy purse room, The gold-plate...
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Pont du Garigliano

the Seine River in Paris roughly cuts the city into two and there are several dozens of bridges that spans the seine river in Paris of which many of the bridges have different lengths and widths and...
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Pont Mirabeau

like what I've said, the Seine River have several dozens of Bridges spanning the section in Paris (37 bridges as of the present) and these bridges have different lengths and sizes and architectural...
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