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... 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.
... text books. The tour started off by taking us around Notre Dame, then walking along the river Seine, past the Louvre and finishing at the park lands in front of the Champs Elyse. There was many cool facts and stories, too many to name! After the tour we signed up for the Montmarte walking tour in the evening, as well as the pub crawl. Getting back to the hostel around 3pm we chilled out for an hour or two before heading up to Montmarte for our walking tour of the ...
... so guess what I did? What a way to enjoy the splendid building encasing this large transparent pyramid flanked by two smaller ones! There was a lot around the immediate walking area, the arc de Triomphe carrousel had two children playing string instruments, I pitched them some coins and the little boy chirped "Merci". There were a number of fountains and sculptures in a park. There were lounge chairs set up, I relaxed by the water for a while. I proceeded ...
Today was one of those days where I did not spend a lot of time out exploring due to overextending myself the last few days. That being said, after using the mid-morning to early-afternoon to relax, I headed out for the Musee national du Moyen Age, ...
... relaxing outside--whether at a park, or cafe, at the edge of the seine or wherever is a bench. And honestly, there need not be a bench. The grass is fine. The pavement is fine. Just sitting, sun soaking, usually smoking, reading and drinking cafe or vin.
We moved onto the Rue du Rosiers in the Marais, the historic Jewish area which houses the museum dedicated to the many French Jews who were rounded up by the Nazis during WW11 and sent to concentration camps ...