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Louvre Museum Skip the Line Access Guided Tour with Venus de Milo & Mona Lisa
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Louvre Museum Skip the Line Access Guided Tour with Venus de Milo & Mona Lisa

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See the highlights at the Louvre with a guide, and gain a depth of understanding for famous works such as the 'Mona Lisa' and 'Venus de Milo.' This tour includes a skip-the-line admission ticket, which should save hours of waiting in line. Plus, you have the option of a morning or afternoon departure time to suit your schedule, or upgrade to a private tour.
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Israel10,965 contributions2,614 helpful votes
We were walking to the hotel and suddenly were face-to-face with this building: an amazing architectural structure. We didn’t even know what it was. We stood in awe of its complexity and shapes and designs. Such is Paris- something new and amazing and stunning and interesting and unique and fascinating to see, experience and enjoy. Maybe I have a photo- I’ll check.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Teresa C wrote a review Oct 2019
18 contributions9 helpful votes
I just withdrew 500 euros from my bank account and BNP said the exchange rate was 1.1785503 to the dollar which sounded high but I assumed something had happened in the market and the dollar had dropped. Then I came back to my apartment and looked what my Chase card was charging me for the exchange and it was closer to 1.118367. on line the rate is 1.11 so I just paid an extra $30 just to withdraw money. I also will pay my own bank's international atm charge. BNP charged a 5% premium, which is ridiculous. I would not use this bank again.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Love2travel066 wrote a review Sep 2019
Jakarta, Indonesia9 contributions2 helpful votes
Major rip off - the machine will ask you if you accept the exchange rate which is actually significantly marked up!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Pujakanoj wrote a review Oct 2016
Mumbai, India52 contributions3 helpful votes
The BNP PARIBAS is the oldest building in france. They are very unique structures and some of the structures are old antique house. Every street we can find one BNP building.
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Date of experience: November 2015
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majordomus wrote a review Nov 2013
Woodbridge, Connecticut6 contributions13 helpful votes
The BNP Paribas is one of eight Masters tournaments on the ATP circuit. Essentially all the best players (who aren't sick or injured) will show up. Delicious. Except it's an indoor tournament, played in an arena designed for hockey games and rock concerts. Even if the organizers were good at this, watching tennis here would be awkward. And good they are not. Moving 14,000 people in and out of the Palais Omnisports -- well, it's what they do. It should work pretty smoothly. You won't believe the time spent in line outside the venue and the repeated checking of tickets once you get inside. It can take you an hour to get from the street to your seat. Inside, the endzone (temporary) bleacher seats are not snugged back next to the permanent seats, but are moved forward creating a 20 foot gap between bleachers and permanents, which causes the temporary seating to block the view from the permanent seats. It also necessitates dropping a net in front of the endzone seats to keep stray tennis balls from running amok. (Who knows why.) Viewing suffers. And there's the food. Tennis tournaments the world over feature some reasonably high end fast food. Here, it's pre-packaged sandwiches and hot dogs -- pretty much what you'd expect at a baseball game. The tennis can't be knocked. But tennis this good can be seen much more pleasantly lots of places.
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Date of experience: November 2013
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