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... to the historical Bohemian neighbourhood of Montmartre. It is here that the French impressionists lived and plied their trade.
From Montmartre, we headed towards the famous (or infamous!!!) Parisian landmark, Moulin Rouge for a quick photo op!
Next, a metro ride to les champs élysées and l'Arc de Triomphe for a stroll down the renowned avenue of luxury and ...
It is very famous because when we came to the end of the street there was a roundabout and it was not a normal roundabout.
It had in the middle the Arc de Triomphe made by Napoleon in 1806. After that we walked the whole length to the Louvre and looked around.
We found a play ground that they supervised you till 3:00 while your parents go off some where. Than we caught the metro ...
... café bar, sitting with a good glass of wine at a streetside table and watching the Latin Quarter crowd is a great way to people watch and rest your feet at the same time.
Heading to our apartment with a brief stop at the Notre Dame plaza for some street performances we went directly to the Auberge de la Reine Blanche restaurant, located next door to our previous ...
... d'Orsay with its impressionists. Van Gogh, Cezanne Monet. They are all here and are some of the most recognizable brush strokes anywhere in the world and yet despite their popularity; they seem to be a poor match for the more precise and realistic era that preceded them.
Today we spent the morning at the Musee Rodin with its beautiful home and gardens. It was such a pleasure to be in this oasis of calm and ...
... put a damper on things but we still had fun being all together. From the Ile de La Cite we crossed the bridge and went over to the relatively quiet Ile Saint-Louis where we found a cute little coffee shop where we stopped for a snack. From there we walked through the Marais neighborhood before we finally took the metro back home.
On Sunday we decided to go to the Eiffel tower. With a group of our size and the kids, getting out ...