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... to Eglise St Sulpice - I was interested to see this as it was featured in the Dan Brown movie 'Da Vinci Code' ...there was a murderous scene around the Rose Line - we found it :-) but I think there was more than a bit of author embellishment here!
Next stop Musee d'Orsay!! - had a 'fast track' to this on our Paris Pass so got to queue jump - YAY!! Unfortunately no pictures in here past a certain point. It was originally a railway station built for ...
... dinner time and we had no real plans for what to eat. We made our way towards the Eiffel Tower with hopes of finding something along the way. There wasn't much that interested us until we were right across the river from the tower, a place called King George V Cafe. We sat outside under the canopy and ordered a burger and French fries, though I think we were the only ones eating as it was 6:30 on Friday night and everyone around us was sipping their pre-going out cocktail. ...
... by 1pm for lunch. We caught the elevator up to the first floor lunch at 58 Tour Eiffel Restaurant. We had a good seat and the food was lovely. After lunch we walked around the observation deck (the glass floor was a little unnerving) and then came down. Our next ticket wasn't until 3:30 which was the lift to the summit. So Glenda sat and I had a walk around the gardens. To get to the ...
... at this crowd they wouldn’t move if it meant they would lose their spot. We sat there for 2 hours in the drizzle and miserable weather. I went to find us some lunch and strolled past the entry and walked by the remaining line and we were not even hallway and it had been over two hours. Naturally I cracked it and grabbed Briony and just said "We’re going!"
So off we went on our walk to the Eiffel tower for our climb. We were met with some rain that would come ...
... work of Viollet le Duc, the architect who put the great church back together again in 1840. He carved out something of a niche for himself as an expert in putting to rights great buildings that had been ruined by revolutionary vandalism; he also worked on Notre-Dame and the cathedral at Amiens.
In such company, Vezelay's credentials are impeccable, and rich in fabulous historical resonance. From here in 1190 Ric*************heart and the King of France set off on the ...