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... the French Revolution, and it now houses the portion of the French national art collection that pre-dates the Impressionist movement. The Louvre is filled with so many amazing and important works of art that is literally impossible to see them all over the span of a full day. It is also jam-packed with rude tourists: the kind that see the museum only through the lens of a camera; the kind that stubbornly camp out in front of each painting packed five-deep while trying to get the ...
... a good two hours just perusing the seven floors of the Galleries. Perfume, clothing, shoes, jewelry, purses, leather, all the biggest name brands… it just went on and on. Fully understanding that I wasn’t about to spend my money there, I left and searched for some high heels while waiting for J. We met up, shopped a little more, and then had dinner a small creperie near the opera house. Yesterday, Naomi was going to take us to ...
... Ferris wheel ride together!! The lights of the city were on -- Paris is very beautiful and clean!! Much cleaner than other big cities we have see ! And safe, we have been careful but no close calls!! Susan got accosted by the gypsies while walking in Rome but nothing happened! After the ride, we found the metro and took it to hotel #2. It is not Rue Clerc and it is further out but it is still ok! The room is large and we have our own both! We love ...
This morning we wrestled with the intricacies of posting parcels. We were given great help by the lady in our local PO and we have high hopes that this box will arrive. Much recommended by Brigitte was the Gobelin Museum of tapestries given royal patronage in 1662. We missed the Thursday tour but spent a happy hour admiring the 17th century hangings from various chateaux and ...
... However, we did spend plenty of time in Sacre Coeur. It is the Catholic basilica in Paris, France, dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, located on the Montmartre hill north of Paris. It is one of the famous landmarks of Paris. To climb up to Sacre Coeur, there are more than 300 steps along the stairway. Some older people in the tour group chose to take the elevator. And of course we were still willing to go on our feet because along the way we could enjoy the beautiful scenery. ...