Campanile Villeneuve St Georges
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Paddywagon free bus to airport then flight to Paris Train x2 into our hostel - young and happy in the Latin quarter Lunch on the street, a ham and cheese bagette. Walked to Pantheon then Musee d'Orsay then the Louvre Walked through the Tuileries gardens and up the champs élysées to the the Arc de Triomphe. Walked to the ...
We were prepared for a freezing day for our morning walk to school, it was glorious! We love this time of day, there are so few people around, it is crisp and clear and just so incredibly beautiful, walking is such a pleasure. I realised this evening that we haven't caught a train for a couple of weeks now, we are saving our tickets for the metro for inclement weather, we know it will come but hopefully after the 3rd of January. We are yet ...
... disappointment, comparing Paris to Rome, I was thinking Rome was much better. Today though, with the sun shining, and the city unfolding before us, I changed my mind. Rome certainly has that ancient history, but Paris is undescribably beautiful!! The Boulevardes, monuments, palaces, balconies, churches and bridges are never ending, and the city is just one awesome experience ...
... to do the major items. There were no lines and felt like I had the city to myself at 8:30am. Arrived at the Cathedral and began to take in the massive gothic structure, the beautiful colors and detail at every corner. Although photography was not allowed, there were really no ushers enforcing (probably because of the prayer services/masses going on) so everyone was taking pictures. I was a bit upset that people were taking pictures during the Mass - but if that was there ...
... the Flemish tapestries and the friezes from ancient Iran. The baroque furniture and artworks also whetted our appetite for Versailles in a few days.
Leaving the Louvre is all about the pyramid and rising out of the earth back to 'real life'. The striking contrast between the glass and steel of the new and the solid stonework of the old helps connect the Louvre to the modern day. It really is a museum of the people.
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