Auberge de Jeunesse D'Artagnan
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... of VE Day and the end of the war...WWII I'm guessing, but when you've been involved in as many wars as France, you just can't be sure! Anyway, there was the looooongest horse parade I'd ever seen (I've attached just a short video clip of a small part of it) that was headed to the Champs Elysees where the President was speaking. He was gone by the time we arrived in the area....hmmm....obviously didn't realize we were coming!! A ...
... most beautiful-ever paintings by some of our favorite artists.
Unlike the Louvre, where anyone could take a (non-flash) picture of anything, cameras are strictly prohibited in the Orsay, except for a few spots in the large central vault--which I’ve included below. We saw more than one visitor being called down by a museum guard because they tried to sneak a photo. Therefore, the examples of paintings included in this blog are pictures ...
... We should have passed them on the way North but managed to miss each other.
Started to pack and clean up and had our last meal together.
Up and at em. Finished packing and cleaning up and waited for the taxi to arrive. Jose organised all that for us. He was a nice young man who helped us whenever we needed help.
Dropped J and C off at a bank and then we ...
Today was a day to explore both the old and the new in Paris. We started the day mid-morning with a visit to Saint Chapelle, the chapel that is in the palace of former kings. The building, built 1242-48, now houses the Ministry of Justice. The chapel is noted for its tall narrow stained glass windows depicting Old Testament scenes and providing a supposed path for King Louis IX to claim a place in that succession. Several of the windows are under renovation, ...
... it (of course he would with the content of the show haha!). So glad that we went, we also had really good seats which probably made it even better!! Would recommended to anyone who comes to Paris! Today was pretty relaxed too. Started off at the Conciergerie which was the palace of justice and prison. Was very interesting to see and learn about the history! Saw Marie Antoinette's cell and chapel in the prison and learnt more ...