Pavillon Porte de Versailles
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... the gardens.
Our first order of business was to purchase some metro tickets, which are also accepted for bus travel, from a local store that deals in such items, along with lotto tickets, tobacco, etc. With fresh tickets in hand, we caught the #63 bus along Ave. Georges Mandel and rode it until reaching St.-Germain-des-Prés, where we disembarked, walking south to reach the Luxembourg Gardens through the maze of narrow streets ...
... sprinkled with powdered sugar. ohhh, melt away into my chair, it was all sooooo good. White wine with the veal and then a red wine with the chocolate. Good thing someone else was pairing the wine with the food. I certainly could have kept to either wine without a problem.
And at the end, a nice cuppa joe! And good ...
... paint on a bit of canvas, but you really can get a sense of what Monet was trying to do. The sheer scale makes it easy to see the sense of depth and the illusion of being completely surrounded by water with no borders or shores. Apart from the Monet, they also have other exhibitions downstairs and since we'd paid our entrance fee, decided we should fold our arms behind our backs and peer at each of them like we knew what we're doing. I think the illusion might have been ...
... 19th-century headquarters. It was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano who also did the N.Y. Times and the California Academy of Sciences buildings here in the U.S. The foundation houses a collection of old film equipment and movie posters. Silent films are projected with piano accompaniment once a day.
... macarons. In Montmartre we visited the Sacre-Coeur, an absolutely beautiful church. Wonderful views over Paris. Caught a little train down the narrow back streets to our coach. Then on to Notre Dame Cathedral - a guided tour inside which highlighted some of the points of interest including the original Rose window amongst the many other beautiful stain glassed ...