Adagio Paris Opera
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... closed on Tuesdays .. We did see the Glass Pyramid, a few statues thru a window and the magnificent external facades .. A disappointment quickly survived with a little retail therapy on Rue de Rivoli ...a great alternative. Back onto the metro and over to the Galeries Lafayette department store which takes up ...
Notre Dame de Paris or just Notre Dame is a historic religious cathedral, on the eastern half of the Île de la Cité in the fourth arrondissement of Paris, France. Some say it is possibly the most famous of cathedrals.
The Bastille was a fortress in Paris, known formally as the Bastille Saint-Antoine. It played an important role in the internal conflicts of France and for most of its history was used as a state prison by the kings of France.
... back. A pit stop & off again to the Orangerie for some serious impressionist art Monet 's Nymph something quite beautiful and exhibited in remarkable space. Walked to the Louvre ,but we decided too big so to the Pompidou centre instead , just one floor , art, design and architecture from 1980 to the present , some seriously weird stuff , but very engaging just the same . Foot sore but revived by a beer and champers we made the 3 flights up to the apartment and had dinner in ...
... we adults enjoyed catching up with our respective travel stories from this trip on the way over. The big story that came out was that Steve had planned on taking Mason to Le Mans to see the pre-race goings on via train the day before, but the French train workers decided to strike on Tuesday, quashing any chance of that happening. Apparently, the taxi union also decided to strike the same day, so ...
... I drove by Les Invalides, around the Arche de Triomphe. There was a ceremony happening there so I decided not to stop. We circled around and caught the Tour Eiffel from several angles. (My camera had a lovely time with that. How many pictures can one take of the tower!?). I saw the Louvre, the Academée Francais where they decide what is French and what words will be permitted, and stopped for a time to take in the Place de la Concorde. On the way back we saw the Petit ...