Campanile Paris Ouest-Nanterre-La Defense
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... shopping, although we all took a few minutes to enjoy chair massages in one of the shops. Next stop, Rue de Rivoli for goodies to bring home. The girls all have new Paris sweatshirts that I know they will be wearing when we get back to school, no matter the temperature. We did take our time strolling down the street and eventually moving toward the Musee D'Orsay to see some of the more modern art by Monet, Manet, Seurat, Van Gogh, Gaughin and Rodin. It ...
... was surprised to get a not so delicate whiff of barnyard from the cow intestines that made up the sausage. I haven't seen him that colour of green since the first time I took him for dim sum! He even the table before dessert. I guess we need to be better informed before placing an order when we eat somewhere like this again.
On the long walk back to the hotel, we discovered that the best app ever created ...
... skeptical since it took us several subway stops and a transfer to get there, but apparently many believed this and wanted to be near his body! So there are many Charles', Louis', Henri's and even Marie Antoinette. The other interesting thing about this church is that it burned down in xxx but was rebuilt in record time of xxx years (attesting to the power of the Benedictine monks) and is therefore a 'pure' example of Gothic architecture- the rose window (the large round window) ...
We began our tour at Madeleine Church. We ate breakfast across the street before checking out the cathedral. Wow, is it gorgeous inside! Then we stopped at Laduree to get some macarons in a pretty keepsake box. Yum :) We continued our tour and got off the bus at Notre Dame so we could get a better look. What an amazing church! It's crazy how much restoration work all these old buildings require, but I guess that's ...
... searching for happiness, when bliss has lived inside us all along.
I've also realized that the things that bother me the most about other people are in some way a reflection of things I don't like about myself sometimes and I need to learn to be less judgmental of myself and others. We are all doing the best we can with the hand we were dealt, and as long as we are trying to become truer versions of ourselves then I believe we are on the right path.