Les Toits De Paris
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... after visiting St Remy, where he was institutionalised, and discovering his sad story, we regretted not seeing it. I'm still not big into his work and I don't understand how his sunflowers could sell for millions, but I do like some of it. We saw 'Noon - Rest From Work', which grabbed Mum's attention last year, and I also liked 'Starry Night Over the Rhone'. We walked through the Impressionists hall and David was slightly more impressed than me, before checking out the clock. Musee ...
... and very much out of our price range. We got back on the bus around 4 and did a different route before alighting at Montmentre.
We went to the Basilica of Sacred Ceour. What a beautiful church and the views of Paris are legendary. Even though we were tired, it was worth the effort. The artist community of Montmentre surrounds the church. There are lots of artists shops and the whole area was really worth ...
... requests from French bishops, Pope Pius IX promulgated the feast of the Sacred Heart in 1856. The basilica itself was consecrated on 16 October 1919.
Since 1885 (before construction had been completed), the Blessed Sacrament (a consecrated host which, according ...
... and is definitely not a tourist must-see, but it was a perfect day with the kids! We had decided before coming to Paris that we weren't going to rush from museum to museum during our time here, but try to spend some time exploring parks, markets, and relaxing, and I think the kids liked Jardin D' Acclimation far more than they would have liked Notre Dame or a museum!
We didn't ...
... to build stuff like this.
After we came down the 300 or so stairs we went back to our room for some dry clothes. The we went for a stroll through St Pauls Village and Marais which are both right near us and were highly recommended by a couple of Californians we got talking to in one of our queues. Not sure what all the fuss was about.
Now we are having a delicious picnic on our bed. Adam went to a fromagerie and a vin store. Yum!!! And no crowds or queues.