Best Western Eiffel Auteuil
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Sunday 9/21 - After breakfast on Sunday morning we headed out to do some laundry at the local laverie. A women doing some laundry knew enough english to explain how to pay and get the machines going.
Although many of the shops are closed on Sundays, it is still nice to do some sightseeing and window shopping so, after doing the laundry, we hopped on the Metro and headed out to find one of the more ...
... the paramedics to assess him. He left the plane along with two friends and then the flight attendants had to get everyone to identify all the carry on luggage before we could leave - good security measures. They would also have to off load their luggage. This delay then caused us to lose our spot in the queue so we were given another time, an hour later. There was a groan from everyone when this was announced by the pilot. We finally left ...
We had another day when we could use the hop on, hop off bus. We had a leisurely breakfast and then we caught the bus at about 10 o'clock from the Arc de Triomphe to the Musee D'Orsay. We got off the bus at the stop near the Pont Alexander III, built in 1896 -named after Tsar Alexander III. It is adorned with lamps, cherubs, nymphs and winged horses at either end.
We walked along the banks of the Seine towards the Musee D'Orsay ...
... It was one of our favourite museums as it collection covers the impressionist and post-impressionist periods from 1848 to 1915. Artist like Manet, Monet, Degas, Cezanne,Renoir, Gauguin and Van Gogh. Unfortunately no pictures were allowed here so we only have pictures of the transformed main hall of the old railway station which is also a beautiful work of art.
Our next stop was at Saint Chapelle. This ...
... gallery finishing with the Venus de Milo. I don't think we saw anything close to 5% of the gallery, and the gallery itself is a work of art. That evening we enjoyed a dinner cuise on the Seine, which was a Christmas gift from Kara, a great idea and a lovely meal. Then in an effort to squeeze as much into a day as possible, Ron booked tickets for the Moulin Rouge, which was another couple of metro trips away but well worth it. After a long day, good food and wine, ...