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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and really tried to take it in, but was mostly alone in the pursuit as everyone else was trying to get a picture of it with their smartphones.
I have no idea why you would go to an art museum and take pictures of the art; it makes no sense. Your family and friends don't want to see the terrible picture of a painting that you took with your iphone; they can google it and see the painting themselves. The only picture I took at the louvre with ...
Paris is a great place to end our French and Italian adventure. The buildings, especially those built in the 17th Century French baroque architecture, are absolutely beautiful. Museums are located in imposing buildings, with columns, intricate decorations, large and small statues, gold leaf...... The apartment buildings are distinct with their attic windows, shutters and flower boxes and it's such a delight to look at them. Our apartment is right in middle of the Jewish ...
... Sunday crowds and taking the side streets, including the one that Julia Child and her husband lived on while he was in his role as ambassador. Eventually we landed on Rue Cler, one of the most popular shopping streets in the city. Unfortunately, being a Sunday, most of the shops were closed but the cafés were open and we had drinks and a charcuterie platter while sitting within view of the hotel they had stayed in on a previous visit. We then made our way back to ...
... even dressing, eating and giving birth in public) just to scare the scheming nobles into line. The existence of their 'time-out' Trianon pavilions is evidence that royal life was not all 35 course banquets, fawning and rose water.
For us, Versailles was a bit of a disappointment. It's probably better in scale than in detail. The ravening hordes of tourists made our experience an ordeal rather than a wonderwall. From the moment we hit the courtyard, it ...
First walking......then metro.......then back on the TGV. We covered a lot of miles today but our good fortune to get tickets for a 6 hour direct train ride, rather than the 13 hour/3 train transfers route that we thought we were going to have to take back in the planning stages. The voyage made for a restful day of homework, rummy playing and reading. We had our usual baguette picnic got off the train just after 4pm. ...