Au Manoir Saint Germain De Pres
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With a 7hr drive to Paris in front of us we were up and on the road impressively early given the late night in town the night before. We hit Lyon just before 10 and headed for Les Halles for brunch. Whilst we were clever enough to find the markets, I didn't think to see when they were open - with only a few stalls operating everyone managed to find their something special.
With the clock burning ...
... Paris - the location right on the river, not a new building in sight, cafes and bars everywhere and if you want fantastic shopping can have that anywhere in Paris. Stumbled across another imposing church as we were walking - Englis St Leu. We then crossed the bridge of locks and onto the Musee D'Orsay another imposing museum housed in an old railway station. The museum was open late but unfortunately the queue was enormous ...
... her a more complimentary location to preside over. Nonetheless, she is fantastic and exudes the ability to overcome anything.
Overwhelmed the sheer amount of art, galleries AND people, we take a long break over lunch and determine what our next stop will be. We head through the infinite halls of Italian art, making our way to the busiest spot in the whole museum, the Mona Lisa room. The crowd is significantly greater than ...
... pronunciation is wrong or the emphasis placed on the wrong syllable. There's ordering at our favourite Starbucks "un cappuccino grande pour Michele s'il vous plait" which in turn rouses a smile from the staff. There's the winter drizzle, skies of grey and not a ray of sunshine and despite this, it's a beautiful landscape. There's how we greet each morning by rating it a "how many layer?" day. There's the lack of greenery with the leafless tress broken with a splash of colour ...
... the breath out of you. After walking around looking at the statues, lighting a candle and sitting in the pews, we decided it was time to step into the dark, rainy outside and attempt to find our last sight before we retired to or warm cosy bed.
The Moulan Rouge!! Ever since watching the movie it has been a top place on my Bucket List for myself to visit. Although a magnificent sight to see, the lead up of shops is quite something. Raunchy ...