Campanile Villejust - ZA Courtaboeuf
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... It only took about 20mins to get in. Even if there were no artworks in the place the building is amazing, the size, exterior of building, interior of building, and the wall and ceiling arts. We saw the Mona Lisa over a million heads, but as we have all seen a million pics of it, no big deal, although i swear she was looking at me the whole time.
After looking through some sections, we were totally worn out, so headed home. There is no way you could see it all in a few ...
... paintings and we had had enough. Beautiful & truly amazing but a cold beer was calling! More metro today - it's a great way to get around Paris once you work out the different ticket machines! Fun day but we're hoping for a little less heat ...
... had a couple from Perth on this tour, with the rest being American. There are heaps of Americans over here, as their dollar is so good against the Euro. The tour we booked was a small group, skip the line tour and it was worth every cent. When we got to Versailles at 9:00 AM, there was already a queue of well over 500 people, if not 1000. There were 13 large coaches parked up at that time of the morning. We got some very evil stares as ...
... planning on our part, really.
We head back to the apartment with a few more purchases, some wine and balsamic we discovered in the apartment, 2 last croissants from our favorite bakery plus an almond tart for good measure, a handful of history magazines from a bookshop we passed everyday of our trip. Tonight we will feast on pasta and wine and the last of the cheese from the market while we take inventory of our ...
... can later be filled with the largest of windows, so that the church is all light and no walls. But windows need light and the clouds were still low and the sun was setting, but we were almost there. We saw the windows in the dullest of dusk, and think that maybe Sainte Chapelle should invest in some flood lamps rather than rely on natural forces to put on the show.
Back to Notre Dame and the dome that has no ...