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... but I am very grateful I got to see both versions. Afterwords we went to our last couple of stops. We put a lock on the lock bridge, saw the Arc de Triumph, and explored down the street of Champs Elysees. We went to Laduree for some macaroons here. I got a variety of flavors: Rose, violet, salted caramel, raspberry, and vanilla. The vanilla macaroon stole my heart, amazing! Thankfully, we were able to end Paris on a good note before traveling to our last stop.....Amsterdam!! ...
... much more our style. It is filled with impressionist works and post-impressionist works, which were beautiful! We walked through rooms filled with works by Van Gough, Manet, Renoir, CÚzanne, Pisarro, Monet, and Rodin. It was the perfect way to prepare for our day to Monet’s Garden at Giverney tomorrow.
After a few solid hours at the D’Orsay, we were ready for a much-needed break at the Tuileries. We found chairs by a beautiful pond ...
A huge day in Paris!!!
I apologise now but this blog will be long!
First stop Eiffel Tower. So, so, SO busy that we looked and walked away.
Back on the train to visit the Arc de Triomphe and watched the cars navigate the roundabout, which wasn't so bad as it was the weekend. We paid our money and climbed the Arc. The views in every direction were great including looking down the length of the Champs Elysee. A preview of our next walk.
We decided to ...
... Vermeer’s "Lacemaker" was a tiny masterpiece in a sea of treasures – a room full of Rembrandt’s remarkable works including four of his self portraits. The last wing we visited was the Richelieu which houses paintings and sculpture from the 19th century and Renaissance as well as the Rococo and Neo Classical periods. After 7 wonderful hours including a short break for lunch we decided it was time to ...
... remarkably without incident. Thankfully pedestrians can access the monument from passages under the roadway.
While the Louvre is an iconic experience our time at the Musee d’Orsay was memorable. This museum is particularly famous for its rich collection of impressionist work. The building originally was a train station which included a 370 room hotel. The train station ceased its activities ...
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