Hotel Cecilia Arc De Triomphe
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... have loved to go up to the top of the Cathedral, but there was such a long line and we would have been there all day. So instead, we opted to head over to the other things we wanted to do.
We went into two museums, the Musee Orangerie, which housed both Renoir and Monet paintings, and the Musee D'Orsay which housed several famous artists, but the two most famous paintings I saw there were Whistler's mother and Starry Night over the Rhone by Van Gogh. I wasn't prepared to ...
... later than we wanted but it was our only choice. Fortunately we made it to the airport at the exact right time just before the lines clogged up completely. With one false alarm of a lost passport scare we were through but barely had time to sit down before we were herded onto the plane nice and early. A very quick trip to Paris but just enough to remind us how much we loved it. Will be returning someday for sure.
Au Revoir France, Pozdrav Croatia!
... this hostel. People were so nice - compared to the last one, this one is tight on space, but has good character. I went back to finish up my window shopping and had lunch - I now have no desire to see any other museums in Paris so ready to check in the hostel. When I arrive I am an hour early, so decide to visit the Basilica near the hostel. Although my directions were not great, I found the basilica (just kept walking up ...
... but gave up when we reached the Champs Elysee. Our jackets were wet through and the return on investment was declining rapidly. We returned to the hotel and put our feet up - a bit of a luxury on this holiday. There is always tomorrow.
Wednesday June 11
Her take on the day:
Today Paris in the midst of a taxi strike. Some of the trains will also be affected as local transport workers strike against the ...
... we had learned about in high school. After we couldn't take the crowds anymore we made our way towards les invalids to the army museum and napoleons tomb. Inside we were brought through hundreds of years of weapons and war history and were probably the only girls there especially once we caught up to the Boy Scouts. Kristen was really excited about the tomb, Napoleon was buried in multiple caskets made of various stones and woods when they moved him to ...