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... so we decided we would come back early tomorrow to go in. We kept walking and crossed over to Isle St-Louis where we had lunch and a delicious ice-cream from Maison Berthillon the best ice-cream in Paris (apparently!!)
Having regained our energy we walked on to the Pantheon with a half hour break sheltering under a doorway as a rather heavy rain storm crossed over. You might see the on-coming rain clouds in the background of the Note Dame ...
... we were waiting. When the elevator finally made it to our floor, we went to get on, but the two ladies pushed their way onto the elevator in front of us. They seemed irritated that we got on the elevator with them and said something in French. Alessandro told them we were American, as if that explained why we were horrible enough to get on the elevator with them. There were other instances like these that took place, but I want to focus on the ...
... Back onto the coach and off to Notre Dame. Again a long queue, but moving quickly cos free to enter - just a narrow door. Guide gave us a tour which was great cos all the signage is in French! Not much good to me. As well as the enormous size, the nicest feature is 3 enormous rose windows. Very beautiful. Explained that a Cathedral was a church that had a Bishop. Also they are built in the shape of a cross - the Nave the ...
... Steph got some macaroons. Walked past the Moulin Rouge and thought
about getting tickets but it was like 100 euros. Got the subway to
the Arc de Triomphe, took some pics and walked down the Champs
Elysse. Went back to the shopping district thinking we could get
cheap food there but no dice. Ended up going to a really nice Thai
place just near our apartment. So good to have asian food again!
... Pierre’s box I walked back to Sacre Coeur. This beautiful church was begun in 1873 but not completed and consecrated until 1919. The architect, Paul Abadie, drew inspiration from both the Romanesque and Byzantine architectural styles which lead many contemporary critics to label the structure gaudy and over embellished.
It’s worth coming just to admire the view which is truly panoramic, but the building itself – both exterior and interior ...