If you only had time to visit one museum in Paris, it should undoubtedly be the Louvre Museum. That’s because the Louvre is not only widely considered to be one of the best art museums in Europe, but one of the best in the world as well. The museum first opened its doors in 1793 and features a grand total of 35,000 works of art. Here you can get up close to a variety of art from different time periods and cultures. The Louvre features everything from Egyptian mummy tombs to ancient Grecian sculptures (including the renowned Winged Victory of Smothrace and curvaceous Venus de Milo). There are also thousands of paintings to peruse as well. Masterpieces such as “Liberty of Leading the People” by Eugene Delacroix, “The Raft of Medusa” by Théodore Géricault and Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa,” the museum’s biggest star, can be found here. You can even get a glimpse of Napolean the Third’s old apartment digs. Though you don’t necessarily have to visit the apartments to get a taste of what it was like to be a royal. Before it was a museum, the Louvre served as a royal residence for a number of French powers, including Louis XIV. It was only sometime after Louis XIV left the Louvre in favor of Versailles that the Louvre began to transform into a museum.
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Apollo bus transportation for professional sports teams, leagues, and professional sports associations. We are there to alleviate the stress and wasted time of chartering a bus to and from airports and local sporting venues.
Booking a bus rental service for your collegiate team should be easy and smooth. All you have to do is to plan ahead and get the best rate that our company will offer to you.
With Apollo coaches you will have the peace of mind knowing that every bus you charter will be Safe, Reliable, Clean and Comfortable. Our satisfied clients include professional baseball, football, basketball and hockey teams, professional athletes and professional sporting associations.
And of course, our business adheres to the strictest confidentiality when it comes to the transportation of every professional team, athlete or owner.
You’ll may need to transfer bus on a long trip, so pack light in order to not have to lift heavy baggage.
Pack a blanket and neck pillow
A blanket and neck pillow can help you get cozy and help you sleep during your bus ride. Also, the blanket is a life safer, as it can get quite cold in the bus thanks to the air conditioning. Much like in an airplane, we recommend you bring additional layers of clothes to stay warm.
Use earplugs and an eye mask
Earplugs and an eye mask will help you stay undisturbed during your trip. Other passengers might get noisy or turn on and off their light. Also, you may wake up from passengers simply getting on or off the bus (or going to the washroom).
Let’s admit it: Washrooms are gross no matter if on the airplane, on the train, or on the bus. Just wipe your hands with your disinfectant tissues and you’re fine for the rest of the trip.
Pack some snacks and drinks
Whereas buses usually make a few stops to refuel and let people buy something to eat, those eateries tend to be expensive. Pack some snacks and drinks – not only is this permitted on buses, but it’s also much cheaper.
Choose your seat carefully. At Apollo bus coaches Europe, all our seats are comfortable but in all buses the ride feels bumpier in the back, so choose a seat in the middle or front. Also, if you choose an aisle seat, the window seat beside you may be free and you’ll be lucky to have them both for yourself! At Apollo bus coaches Europe, all our seats are comfortable but some
Take off your shoes
There are some really simple actions you can take to relax during long bus rides. One of them is taking off your shoes. Just try it out – it works wonders!
Take advantage of the Wi-Fi
The entertainment you can get using Wi-Fi makes time fly. So take advantage as on request all apollo coaches for Europe travel can have it!
Bring a book with you
If you’re less of a techie, bring a book with you and read during your trip.
Stretch every now and then
Even if you brought your own snacks and drinks with you, take advantage of these breaks to get off the bus and stretch. This will help you feel less worn out once you arrive to your destination.
Drink isotonic or other energy drinks instead of water
Having to use the washroom can often be an issue on any trip. You can prevent this by drinking fast hydration drinks or other energy drinks to keep you hydrated.
Apollo Bus / coach drivers are all with 10+ years of experience and are fluent in English, so they will always be there for you if you need a stop.