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... little bit of salmon left over, another salad and some bread and wine of course to tide is over for the night.
Tuesday April 28
We decided to go to the Rodin Museum this morning. It's over very close to Les Invalides, but the metro got us there very efficiently. Wouldn't you know, but the actual core Museum is under renovation. This no doubt explains why much of the collection is on tour at the moment. Some was at the AGO and some is coming to ...
... that doesn't include any other country and is only WW1 ....war is so futile.
Next we take a short Metro ride to the Eiffel Tower - a few strategic photos of us with the tower in the background - then we race down to the terminal for 'Bateaux Parisiens' to arrange a river cruise which is included on Paris Pass. As we are slightly early we opt for - crepes from a nearby van and enjoy this by the Seine. The cruise was a ...
... I spent a total of 3 hours there and I enjoyed the impressionist and hearing stories about the artist and what it was like back in the day of fancy salons. I also loved the huge clock in the main hall it was a magnificent sight with the intricate and opulent with gold surrounding it. One the top floor I took a few pictures of the clocks on the sides of the building. Then, I headed to the Tuileries to see the fall trees in all their beautiful colors and ...
... gardens and in the picnic meals we made of wine, bread and cheese. We found it in the spirited cheers of locals watching soccer and in our interactions with people doing everyday things, like laundry or grocery shopping. It took a while and it certainly wasn't easy but I think we found some real parts of Paris - if only for a short time. Now off to discover new things in the Black Forest of Germany!! ...
... and wander around and marvel at the beautiful stain glass windows and the admire the architectural structure and do some praying if you are that way inclined. G and I often question how they were able to build these buildings that have stood the test of time with limited building equipment compared to today, however it would generally take them a couple of century's to complete. We walk in with a mere 1000 thousand other tourists and the list of rules are on display ...