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... perhaps tortured as the greats seem to be. I liked what I saw but found his work to be dark and contemplative...
Last stop for the day was the Musee de l'Orangerie - where we sat absolutely absorbed by Monet's eight enormous 'Water Lilies' which wrapped around two large oval rooms. We joined all the other art buffs (ok well we were pretending to be artsy) on the central seats just looking....bliss...what talent!
... and that we should have wine since we were in Paris. It's funny but we drank a lot more in the warmer countries of our trip. I think we finished 2 bottles of Bombay Sapphire and 4 bottles of wine during our first 2 weeks traveling together (Nepal, Indian, Sri Lanka) then when we got to Europe I guess Joe had to drive in Croatia and then we both got ill. Opps I digress, back to my story about getting the pastries. It was so hard to carry 3 huge bottles of ...
... the artists area (nothing like it was 30+ years ago).
We now headed back to the Seine river for our cruise at last! That was relaxing and finished as it started to rain for the first time today.
From there we walked to Saint Chapelle. Although undergoing a lot of long term restoration this church is beautiful and different.
From here we walked home and stopped off at a local brasserie for a ...
... just stood there once again like he was holding in a **** for the entire ride up. it took longer to the summit than to the second floor which was surprising and the lifts are a lot smaller. When we step off the lift though we are greeted with a sight that we wont soon forget (I took enough photos to be sure of that). Paris in all it’s glory is right there laid out beneath you in all directions. Everything looks so small and insignificant. The Arc De Triump was the size of a pin, ...
... left behind the sleepy, pretty, provincial and rural contemplation of Vezelay and had been propelled into a vibrant, teeming, hectic, urban scene. Here we were, with all the hustle and bustle you would find in one of Europe's leading tourist destinations, with all the cars and people, all the rush and scurry. This is Paris, after all. Different worlds, indeed.
We were expecting the arrival of special guests Anna and Hugh ( the GLW's sister and her husband ) who had come out ...