Campanile Montesson Le Vesinet
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After a few go-go-go days, we decided to slow it down this morning with a sleep in and relaxed breakfast on the couch. We finally got ourselves up and ready around 10:00, and headed out the door! I had done some research about markets in Paris, and one of the biggest and best markets (Marche de Bastille) was taking place Thursday morning at Bastille (just around the corner from our apartment). I really wanted to check it out, so that was our first ...
After an arduous 20 hours of lying in a flat bed in business class drinking 18yo scotch whisky we made it to Paris! Quick few trains into the city and then breakfast from the boulangerie and liquor store (10am never too early for a drink when on holidays) waiting till check in at 1pm in the park!!!
Couldn't miss ...
... side by side in the local cemetery. It is a very poignant sight, yet somehow appropriate, as Vincent's paintings never sold in his lifetime, and Theo virtually supported him for his entire life. Vincent was 37 when he died, and Theo, who died only months later, was 34. Theo's wife kept all the letters that the brothers wrote to each other, and also valued and preserved Vincent's artworks until his genius was recognised. Those letters are a ...
... is over 200m tower that over looks Paris, which is about 100m shorter than the Eiffel Tower. We arrived there by train, we enter the building trying to find the ticket area for the 56th floor. They kept having signs pointing towards the lift, so we caught the lift up to the 56th floor. Up there we find out we don't have the correct ticket, and need to go to the ground floor again. This time we are directed to the ticket booth (finally), purchase our tickets, then back up ...
... mean I spend the day in a museum.
The L'Orangerie is on the right bank of the Seine. I didn't spend much time on this bank. We walked through the Tulleries garden to get to it. This is a very large garden on the banks of the Seine. It is another great place to relax, hang out and sit in those iconic Parisian green chairs. While in the museum, the sun came out!! The sky was blue, there were white clouds in the sky and there was a slight breeze. Beautiful weather!