BEST WESTERN Montmartre Sacre-Coeur
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... was characterized by simple composition and open layout and by representations using lines and curves. Gothic painting style was more plain and pure, with delicate painting-brush strokes, with stronger decorative power. Initially, paintings were prevalent in the church and the palace murals. Major works were created in the twelfth century to the early 14th Century. European Renaissance had seen the emergence of a large number of art masters such as Francisco, Leonardo Da ...
... superb. After dinner everyone except Jim, Connie, Elaine & I went to the Eiffel Tower--none of them had been up it yet. I hope they managed with the huge crowds. What a great trip!! There just wasn't enough time to see everything we wanted to see, but we leave tomorrow for Prague as the rest of the group heads home. We so appreciate their invitation to join them & the way they included us in their group. They are good ...
... pretty windy and chilly, but we were too taken with the view to even notice that. We had a perfect panorama of the entire city of Paris on the clear night and we managed to spot out landmarks like the Louvre, Arc de Triumph, Notre Dame, Montparnasse and the Sacré-Coeur in the midst of the evening darkness and distant street lights.
Around 12:00 we decided to return to the base of the tower and head home. We discovered ...
... was choreographed to music. Must have been an upgrade :-D and I enjoyed it. It happened to be a beautiful day so we strolled slowly until it started to get cold. The we saw someone drive by with a golf cart for rent. THAT would have been cool. We could have seen so much more. We didn't even get close to the area that Marie Antoinette had built for her family so that they didn't have to live in the huge castle. All in all I ...
It was a tough night for sleeping last night. 7pm until midnight was great, but midnight until until 4am was not so good. The best part was 'supper' with Analise and Liam at 2. Luckily, the next time I opened my eyes the sun was up and it was 8. It took a little while to get moving but then we saw a lot: a market, the bridge with locks, Notre Dame, ...