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... today was very bright and warm - high 20's to low 30's and we set off at a relaxed pace to walk into (old) town via the pretty Luxembourg gardens. It has a variety of statues, plantings and leads up to the former palace which since the royals were done away with has served a number of functions such as the museum before the Louvre became the main art one, and now the west wing is the home of the President - guarded by serious, heavily armed guards. The park ...
... our apartment. It's a place that's always buzzing with just the right level on noise and a pace that makes you feel part of something. The dinner included snails, seafood bisque, duck and foie gras, braised beef, iced nougat w/pistachio cream... and frites with that.
Of course, all this doesn't really mean a thing or does it? I think that Paris and Lyon have a secret to tell. Somehow a city like Paris that is in ...
... Jesus, in Paris, France. The basilica is located at the summit of the butte Montmartre, and we had to walk all the way to the top.
When we got to the church we went inside to have a look and mass was being held - great. Of course, Dad made us go in and sit down. There were lots of priests on the altar...at least 20. It was so boring, and it was in French. Fortunately we didn't stay for the whole mass.
We took some photos and then we started to head ...
... each month and reviews said we'd like it even if we weren't into art. They were wrong.
The line to get in was insanely long but it moved very quickly and we were inside the museum after just twenty minutes. I decided to get an audio guide as without one I wasn't going to get anything out of the experience. Steven opted to go without and so we split up to tackle it individually.
Set in an old railway station, the museum ...
... who died in WW1
- Champs de Elysees
>Disney store makes the most money on the entire strip
- Plaice de Concorde
>largest square but not a square but an octagon
>cleopatras needle in the middle
>statue at each corner represents a country