Campanile Villejust - ZA Courtaboeuf
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... been intermittent all day, although still a very warm 32C), it didn't look its best. As we crossed over to the right bank, a violinist was playing 'Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo" - it really felt like Paris!
Although it was about 5:20pm, we thought we'd check out the Louvre to see if it was still open. Despite there being only 10 minutes until closing, we were allowed in. Having no idea of the layout (it had been 21 years since we last visited the ...
... wandered over to see the Eifel Tower from the base - too crowded and too expensive to ride up to the top. The structure is imposing but architecturally stunning up close; all the girders and arches making a symmetric spider web above your head. Then we found a very cute little pizzeria nearby and enjoyed our first "French" meal and some delicious wine that nearly put us both to sleep. We made our way back home on the Métro for some much needed ...
... staircase so you had no idea when it would end!
In the evening the boys went to the Lido to see their latest show. We had a quick pizza for dinner with some great pizza bread. The bread was yummy so I took the rest home for breakfast the next day.
I set off on my own to see the Eiffel tower again and also to see the lights at the Louvre.
I must say that this current selfie fad is pretty annoying. The tourist ...
... and the consulate district and here we saw Paris on high alert. Police cars descended on it. Officers emerged and donned flax jackets every street corner for three blocks were heavily guarded. Not an area to linger in we hastened our pace and crossed to Saint Germaine. I must say our travel agent, Louise was right, if we return to Paris this would be a delightful area to stay in, very chic but also a village feel. Emma extremely proficient, armed with ...
Today started with a bit of a sleep in and rain unfortunately. Our first stop today was at Museum de L'Orangerie to see Monet's waterlilies. The 8 large paintings are housed in two large oval shaped rooms, so it feels like you are surrounded by the paintings. This is how Monet intended for these paintings to be viewed as it shows how the waterlilies change according to the time of day and the light. We then went to Notre ...