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... set up his own little shop. In some of the larger stations that intersect with long-distance train stations, there are small shopping plazas underground with permanent stores selling clothing, jewelry, and sandwiches, much like the stores we see in airline terminals. Nearly every tunnel and station have fast food vending machines for Parisians on the go who need a quick candy bar or bag of chips. It seems like the Metro lacks only bathrooms to make it ...
Off to Ile de la Cite, where a couple of famous churches are. Mary promised no stairs today but has already failed miserably as there were lots of stairs at Cite metro station. The first church we visited was St Chapelle which is mostly stained glass, exquisitely beautiful and very old. The windows depict the entire bible in stained glass images, amazing. Some of it was being restored and even that process is amazing. ...
... 1914-1918], through innovative scenography illustrating the great changes and upheavals in society that resulted from it.
Art and history museum, situated in the old episcopal palace, it takes its name from the famous orator and theologian Jacques Bénigne Bossuet, Bishop of Meaux.
... like Picasso, Monet and van Gogh were said to live and work. We also saw the notorious Moulin Rouge cabaret house. We were able to take advantage of free entry to the Louvre on Friday nights, only for those under 26! We spent almost four hours trying to see as much art as we could, such as the Mona Lisa, however, it was tough because there are more than 35,000 works on display, which could ...
... to our hotel, 6 blocks later we arrived at the Citadines Apartment Hotel, and it was great to have so much space, a kitchenette, a sitting area and desk. After we organised ourselves we headed off to the centre of Munich - The Altstadt, there were people everywhere from every country in the world and it looks like the Germans celebrate Octoberfest as much as the visitors, ...