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... walk. I suggested the walk... Shani was not so keen. But in the end she made the decision to walk. I rather enjoyed the walk as we followed the Seine river from Notredame back past the Luxembourg gardens (which were closed by then), passing "Love lock" bridge and Pont Neuf, the palace of Invalides and eventually sporting the Eiffel Tower we managed to find our way to a supermarket to get some fruit and water and get back to our hotel. Tomorrow is going to be another big ...
... had finished there were stairs going to another floor that had a long central corridor with rooms off it filled with more traditional art in the form of sculptures and pictures. A lot of the pictures were bright and beautiful and I happily spent another hour or more wandering from room to room.
All in all it was a day well spent, and ironically the only things I saw there that were dark,dismal, and grotesque were the views of Paris outside the museum looking cold and wet.
... Greek with its columns that support the roof. We stopped for a while as they had a lovely garden out front and the traffic intersection that it was on was manic. So it provided our sore feet and backs a short rest and some traffic entertainment. We continue on and walked down to the Champs Élysées to have some lunch, no more shopping as this street is way out of our budget. We have a lovely lunch with refreshments and then the 3 ...
... lines discouraged Irene from making the ascent today, saving it for another day. Next, a leisurely ramble around the Ecole Militaire (where Napoleon learned how to play with cannons), passing several foreign embassies in the upscale 7th arrondissement.
After a great lunch at Brasserie Aux Ministeres on avenue de Segur, we trudged onward to reach Le Bon Marche department store, with its fantastic food emporium, ...
... 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.