Campanile Villeneuve St Georges
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... br> We reached Notre Dame and headed straight for the entrance to the dome. The line stretched down the block and past the church. Mario decided that, as of today, Paris would no longer be the city of lights, but the City of Lines. I think it works. We looped around the back of the cathedral, walking through the park and admiring flower gardens that are still in bloom. We watched a man crank a pipe organ upon which ...
... and also had to keep very quiet inside, but we went straight in without waiting and walked through. Very impressive! Next stop was a trip down the Champs Élysées, known as the most beautiful avenue in the world. It was a long straight road about 8 lanes wide leading up to the Arc de Triomphe, a huge arc like gateway. The roundabout around this arc was incredible. There were cars going every which way, about 8 lanes wide but no lanes marked ...
... The views were beautiful, and it was great to look at the Eiffel Tower, rather than down from it.
From Tour Montparnasse we headed back and changed over to the green line, and coordinating perfectly, met up with the yellow line and headed up to Montmartre. It was a beautiful blue bird day, so we got to see the white marbled cathedral of Sacre Coeur in all it's glory. On the way up we got a Croque Monsieur and ...
... magnificent how grand and spacious this museum spans and walked to the Jardin de Tuileries. Everyone was out on this beautiful day enjoying the weather, the garden and each other. So nice to sit in the shade and people watch. After my feet recovered a bit I saw the Musee de Orangie which is a complementation of Monet and other Impressionist painters. It was small but beautiful - there were oval rooms where the entire wall was a Monet of ...
... figure out where all of our poles were supposed to go.
When the tents had been set up, Wiggles cooked us dinner and we got ready for our first night out - Cabaret! We put on our best clothes and Christian drove us into Paris where we were able to grab a few drinks outside the Moulin Rouge and practise our French.
We made our way to the Cabaret venue and were seated in front of a sequined stage, starry roof, and ...