B&B Saint Denis Pleyel
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... But the thought of coffee in a paper cup was off-putting, so we ambled on and got coffees and shared a croissant and a glass of freshly squeezed OJ at a different cafe. We hit the bank machine one last time and were ready to roll. We decided to start by visiting the Rodin museum, and to decide after that if we would do anything else. We circumnavigated the Tomb of Napoleon and the Army Museum, to arrive at the former residence of Rodin, the Hotel Biron, which he ...
... could find the Catacombs. Made it out of the metro station and had no idea which way to head. Then I saw a huge line snaking around a park. We hopped into line and I asked the fine looking young German man in front of me what the line was for. Hurray the Catacombs. We stood in the sun for about an hour and a half. I was starving by the time we reached the entrance and Aidan's stomach rumbled in reply. ...
... Rue du Rivoli under the protection of the loggias until we got to the Louvre. The Raft of the Medusa, 1819, by Theodore Gericault was first on my list. What a melee of people. It was soo crowded! Some of you may know the Goldie and Steele painting The Arrival of the Maori in NZ in the Auckland Art Gallery. Well, it was based directly on Gericault's earlier painting. The Medusa was a French frigate that foundered off the coast of west Africa in 1816. As there were ...
... to beat the crowds to see the Bastille fireworks from the top of the hill, turned out to be a waste of time, didn't see anymore than a couple of sparks so headed back to the trusty Irish bar where we proceeded to spend the rest of the evening singing and dancing. Great night, made it home for a decent sleep (unlike half a dozen of our group who made it home in time for breakfast). Au revoir Paris, we have enjoyed your romantic and relaxing ...
... we opt for the golf cart, which is extremely slow, but fun anyhow. We were able to stop at both the Grand and Petite Trianon for a quick run through; the Grand is definitely much more impressive, while the Petite is really just a super small French Chateau with some stone flooring and walls. The golf cart ride back was uneventful other than Heather taking us the wrong direction and the cart automatically shutting off, which then required me to drag it around ...