Au Pavillon Bleu
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... Starbucks for a coffee for me, a frappe for Bridget and wi fi for Facebooking and blogging, having just bought tickets for The Hobbit due for release in Australia on Boxing Day and whittling away some time before we head back for the screening. This is Bridget's second highlight of the day, after the cat spotting, as she wants to boast to her dad the length she went to to see it before him; that she had to travel half way around the world. ...
... extensive library. The restoration is great and you can still see some of the graffiti left behind by former prisoners. Charles must have slept well as he would climb five stories to his room each night. I'm not sure how people coped with all of this stair and hill climbing but need to remember that in the Middle Ages, the average life expectancy of males who made it to adulthood was 42. I doubt that there were many 65 year olds strolling around town! Monday we took ...
... area.... Information girl looked very confused and just tried to get rid of the weird Australian by sending her to 'Tour Eiffel' just 2 minutes up the road. Off we trot. Hang on.... She's trying to send us to the a Eiffel Tower. I've been there. It's not a train station. Did I mention I was hot? Very hot? I am not good when I am hot. ( Emily can testify to that.) So I give up and accost 3 policemen. They were fascinated. Finally, the fact emerged that what I thought were ...
... and also wasn't to expensive. Nice dinner then kept walking until we found the Eiffel Tower. Had a rest there for a while, didn't go up because crowds were too long and we didn't bring the camera out with us, climbing things is for another day. Nice but long stroll home and we are knackered, I'm sure there will be lots of walking the next few days although I'm going to tackle the Metro ...
... perfectly elegant. I only looked around half of the building at the free permanent collection, but that took me two hours and I couldn't have walked another two hours to see the rest of it, even if I had wanted to.
The photos I took give an indication of the variety and quality of the artpieces being shown in this amazing building. The next time I come back to Paris I really would like to go crazy and blow $50 on having a long boozy lunch in the Petite Palais ...