Green Hôtels Paris 13
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... though not well known) Basilica, where St Paul was buried (according to tradition). The next morning we had some free time and walked to some distance from the Vatican to the Pantheon, which is now a church (which was closed the last time we went to Rome) and also to visit Piazza Navona to see the exquisite marble statues & fountains. (Sadly, there were no vendors selling giant chocolate donuts this time like when we were there during ...
... it. The bells started ringing as we arrived, then the organ started up & the atmosphere was wonderful, we decided to stay a little while, but when the mass began, we just had to stay till the end. There was a processional entrance before the mass, with incense which continued throughout the mass) , 6 alter boys followed by 3 priests. A beautiful choir of 12 nuns, who led the singing & conducted the congregation throughout the mass. ...
... and Tuileries gardens so near we can easily walk.Lots of good shopping also, but today is Sunday so everything is shut except for Cafés.
Tomorrow is a national Holiday , Fete National, so retail wise everything will be closed.This means the galleries etc will be packed, however, Allie and Ros would like to do Musee D'Orsay. There are also fireworks at The Eiffel Tower , and a military Parade, so maybe we will be able to experience those.
... and baguettes are so yummy over here. I'm really going to miss them when we go home! It started pouring with rain once we were in the cafe. It didn't really let up much either. We had to make a dash through the rain to the Pantheon which was only about 5 minutes away so we didn't get too drenched.
The Pantheon was built by Louis XV to replace the ruined church of the abbey of St Genevieve. It now functions as a mausoleum containing the remains of ...
... sat in the middle to just enjoy looking up at the beautiful altar and stained glass windows. The architecture of this building still really impresses me. Once we left, it was still lightly raining, so we decided to head over to Saint Chapelle since it was still open. We actually found this pretty easily. It's definitely one of my favorite places in Paris. There were no lines probably between being the end of the day and the rain. We walked upstairs and again I was ...