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Woke late after my 3 big walks of the day. James decided to go to Musee d'Orsay. Then he didn't. Had time to upset me again though !!! I went out to Sainte-Chapelle as it was sunny and warm. Stood in line for about an hour. The church was huge. The first chapel was on the ground floor which was fine. However to get to the main stained glass windows there was a steep winding staircase. Once started there was no going back. I basically crawled up. People were ...
... for legacy and control. I must say, Berlin had it going on in terms of Roman antiquity museums and Roman Catholic art heritage. Paris has a hard time competing, but it does, particularly in the more modern Renaissance era of Northern Europe. Long story short. I went to the Louvre. I scoped this impressive building out the day before on my walking tour, but on a tip from a fellow traveller I took the metro right in and stepped off at the inverted pyramid at the entrance lobby. ...
... a lovely day we decided to meander down to Juvs. Tims birthday so thought we would pop in for a quick drink. Someone had bought in a litre bottle of Amangnac which he promptly opened, a sip of that and time to move on before it got messy! We walked, walked some more and after about an hour arrived at our destination, the newly renovated Picasso Museum. It has been closed for about three years and only opened at the end of last ...
... they had the best hot chocolate in the world.
We were not disappointed one bit! It was absolutely delicious! Incredibly
rich….but so delicious. After warming up
with the hot chocolate, we headed to the area of Malais (another suggestion
from Taylor) and spent the rest of the afternoon shopping around. We headed back to our hostel later that
evening and started the search for a restaurant for dinner. It was Friday, so we ...
... lunch and more wonderful masterpieces we left to wander the outside gallery of Paris! This included a visit to another famous place that I have read about, the Shakespeare and Company Bookstore. I love bookstores, and this one more so as it was old, cramped and had a huge collection of English language books, both new and secondhand, a reference library, and a 'lounge' area dedicated to Sylvia Beach, (who started a bookshop in the early 1900's, that the current ...