Citadines Montmartre Paris
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... to see everything we wanted to fairly quickly. We each got a sandwich and kettle corn for lunch at the palace which turned out to be amazing! We both still want to go back just for that lunch :) After that we went over to Notre Dame and walked around. Then we went to Sacre-Coeur to do a little shopping and see the beautiful views.
At that point, we were pretty worn out, so we went back to our hotel and just took a break till later. We had ...
... lost in the Latin Quarter and St. Germain. I got so lost I kept going in circles, not getting anywhere. So I headed to the water. At a park right by Shakespeqre and Company I choose to go to the Rodin Museum. I had heard such good things about the garden, as most of his works are there. It took 2 transfers but I got there. The metro is great but there are a lot of stairs! The 2 stations I was in were brutal, but I saw 2 old ladies in front of me and ...
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Bacchus Painting Leonardo da Vinci
Mona Lisa Painting Leonardo da Vinci
St. John the Baptist Painting Leonardo da Vinci
Virgin of the Rocks Painting Leonardo da Vinci
The Virgin and Child with St. Anne Painting Leonardo da Vinci
Liberty Leading the People Painting Eugène Delacroix
The Charging Chasseur Painting Théodore Géricault
The Raft of the Medusa ...
... decided to rest our feet and enjoy the music. We thought the Love Lock bridge was just behind the church so we bought our lock and stamped it with “#coxworldtour” ashlyn and tyler 8/14/14. It wasn’t til we got home that we found out this bridge is not actually the true love lock bridge but it is a popular one to hang your locks. We made our way down the Seine in search of a lunch spot until we found a great tourist trap called Café ...
... after 500 years. We crossed to the original Louvre, begun in 1190 and lived in by Louis XIV before Versailles. The size of the building and amount of art it houses are too hard to fathom.
After a welcome Starbucks stop, we walked through the Tuileries Garden. We found out Parisiennes love to sit (when they aren't working, assuming they're employed) around pools, fountains, etc., in public places on chairs provided by the city, and they were doing that ...