La Maison Saint Germain
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... a lot of taxis and shuttles. I didn't find the super shuttle. Waited about 15 mintues. Went back inside. I talked to a different woman at the Info desk and she called them. She said, they are on their way. I walked back outside. An American woman must have seen my confirmation paper with Super Shuttle written on it. She started talking to me about waiting on her shuttle and then said, there is the Super Shuttle, it just entered. Angels! All of these women, ...
... tour buses hurtle around it. I walked up towards the Seine and made my way to the Palaces, the petit palace had an art exhibition but there was a horrendous line trailing all the way the street, so I popped up a block to the Grande Palace. THEY HAVE TURNED IT INTO A SCIENCE MUSEUM.
And if there is one thing I cannot pass up it's a science museum.
The whole palace is full of hands on experiments in physics, chemistry and ...
... and could easily pass as a French girl! We were in no particular rush, which was a good thing, because the service became less attentive the longer we lingered. No matter; the leisurely 2-hour lunch was enjoyed by all, and I'm glad I finally had the chance to meet Danielle.
After saying our good-byes, with some discussion of another meeting before Dee and I leave Paris, we gingerly descended the 100+ ...
Went to Musee D'Orsay which is directly across the seine river from where we are staying. Arrived at 9:00 and had to join the queue as it doesn't open till 9:30. Spend 3 hours in the various galleries of which the highlights were on the top floors where Van Gough, Monet, Goghan, etc, etc were on show. Simply inspiring. Adjacent to this was an exhibition dedicated to a guy called Gustave Dore who started out as a ...
... br> This city has a large number of underground tunnels and we took a tour of the tunnels. Again no photographs were allowed though some with mobile phones got away with taking plenty. These tunnels were used for storage and also as a place of refuge in times of war. Because of the large capacity for storing supplies the town withstood several sieges of lengthy durations. There are many water wells in the tunnels that don’t go right through to the ...