Best Western Le Saint Denis
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... and Meg's artichoke hearts and cold chicken made us feel tres Parisienne. Attempting to study this afternoon. We are just back from what we thought was a Turkish/Lebanese restaurant, a bit disappointed. Then we started noticing the subtle stars of David, it wasn't Jasmin's in Auburn! I don't think Israel is high on our list, we will just put it down to "Kosher"! On our walk home a flower shop was having an open night with music on the street. ...
... under the arch. At 6.30pm every day there is a ceremony at the flame of the unknown soldier so we stayed and watched this - very ceremonial. This has become the symbol of the arch in modern times - not sure what Napolean would think about it? We decided to walk home to get another walk along the Champs Elysee, the gardens and the Louvre. Found a great little Italian restaurant for dinner - another midnight and we are still out in the ...
... one side and the other of the avant-cour, Mansart
constructed the stables, masterworks of architecture whose monumental
character gave a preview of those that would be built at Versailles and
Chantilly. Of these works there exists only a grotto, that served also to water the horses.
The château itself stood on ...
... impressionist exhibits over the years, but never anything close to the Orsay collection - both in terms of volume and quality. Works from Monet, Manet, Pizarro, Renoir, Sisley, Dagas and others take up an entire floor of the Orsay and the rooms are organized chronologically and do a nice job of walking you through the history of the Impressionist movement. It's also a great size. You can take your time and still be out of there within 2 hours. That's about the extent ...
... started to drizzle. The Orangerie is an art museum famous for Monet's Water Lily paintings. There are eight paintings-- each one about eight feet tall. They range in length from around twenty feet to forty feet. The two main rooms have four paintings each, with the rooms oval shaped and the paintings curved around the walls. The paintings are so interesting--you can see each one close up and have a hard time understanding the paint ...