Campanile Paris Ouest-Nanterre-La Defense
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... place and felt like we only scratched the surface in regards to what was there. We wandered through countless corridors of rooms full of paintings, sculptures and artefacts. I really am a sculpture person I have found. I also loved the Sphinx. Down in the basement area, there are some foundations of the original Louvre dating back to the 1100's which they discovered when they were excavating. It was pretty cool to see such old construction. When we finally emerged, there was ...
... check it out. Predictably the line was even longer, but moved fast. Got past security in the remarkably modern entrance....only to find I then needed to queue for tickets (which at 12€ was quite reasonable).
Now I must confess here that I am know art critic,art expert or lover of art. But man this place is insanely big and impressive. I did not head straight for the portrait of You Know Who, so instead wandered around for ...
... of course, this one was helped out by Flynn. Yes, I know, who would have thought?? On the way up to Milazzo to catch the ferry to Lipari, she had the strap of her camera in her mouth. (No, I don't know why)! Of course, Flynn had to yank it. After the blood and the melodrama died down, she was left with a very wobbly tooth. Anyway not a bad deal for B, the tooth fairy left her €2. The next morning, we took Sapna's and Jim's advice and took the No 84 ...
... with my birthday present and we went out for the day together sans toopees. We headed off to Notre Dame Cathedral first as it's a ten minute walk from our place this turned into a ridiculously long journey which ended up with us jumping on the metro only to find out that the stop we had to get off on and swap was the stop after where we started (thank you mikey j for your wonderful directions! If you can't tell that sarcastic.) Anyway our ten minute ...
... dinner. After 2 days of snacking I needed a hot sit down meal. We ate at a little place. The only thing I remember was Taylor's "roasted" camembert. Melt-in-your-mouth deliciousness!!!! It was probably after midnight when we finished and walked to the arch. It was fun to see it at night and I think I might have gotten some good pictures. Still need to see them on a computer. Rode the metro straight back and finally fell asleep at ...