Hotel Chaplain Rive Gauche
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... Arts (Musée des beaux-arts de la ville de Paris). Located near the Champs-Élysées, it faces one side of the Grand Palais, also built for the 1900 exhibition].
As we were getting closer to these buildings there was one hell of a traffic jam, heaps of police with sirens blaring, heaps of black Mercedes Benz’s and heaps of people. Curious as to what was happening I asked a police man what ...
Today we had a walk to the Opera House. Impressive from the outside and from the inside, but the most impressive was the Grand Hall. The actual bit where the people watch the Opera is not very large, but the seating area is mainly the Boxes where Pretty Woman sat with Richard Gere.
After that we walked to the Gardens de Tuilleriere which was the gardens for ...
... the base of the Arc and watched the people milling around beneath. Like the Eiffel Tower, the Arc is an awesome sight in reality. It's not the largest triumphal arch in existence (it's third, if I remember correctly), but it is still very impressive. A few more photos and I was off again in a new direction.
I picked a random street and headed for it, which turned out to be the Champs Elysees. If you want to see a big fancy shopping district, the ...
... demolished, and the Place de Vosges, which is possibly the loveliest square I have ever seen. By the time we got home, the kids had done all that homework and were watching cartoons.
The following day we got up early and went to Versailles. This is the palace to end all palaces, where Louis the 14th held court, where Marie Antoinette built her toy village, and where they signed the treaty ending World War I. We were pretty ...
... I loved her dress so I got Dave to take a photo so I could show Ash - cute dress eh Ash!).
We then wandered across Pont Neuf, which contrary to its name, is one of the oldest bridges in Paris. We got about three quarters of the way across before the heavens opened. A fixture for the rest of the day.
The queue outside Notre Dame was HUGE and standing a looooong queue to go to church seemed like a childhood nightmare. So ...