Holiday Inn Paris Versailles Bougival
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Today we went on a 3 hour shopping tour of some of the youth oriented, reasonably priced boutiques in downtown Paris. Still fairly pricey and the cuts seem to be designed for extremely tall slender bodies. Great to see the styles and get the inside information ...
... revolution, and restored in the 19th century, it retains one of the most extensive in-situ collections of 13th-century stained glass anywhere in the world. From here we start to walk home, up a little lane way to find two trumpet players busking. They are playing "My Delilah". We sat for a drink at a Mexican cafe and listened to them. Then we decided to have Mexican for dinner which we both really enjoyed.We head home to watch Brazil v Germany. We have an early start tomorrow, off to ...
... and the focal point for Catholicism in France. The Notre Dame de Paris stands on the site of Paris' first Christian church, Saint Etienne basilica, which was itself built on the site of a Roman temple to Jupiter. Notre-Dame's first version was built . . . in 528. . . . However, in 1160, having become the 'parish church of the kings of Europe,' Bishop Maurice de Sully deemed the building unworthy of its lofty role, and had it demolished. ...
... Dad says we have been there before but I say there was a wedding when we were here before. Brian an Kristen will have to adjudicate. By early afternoon, it was raining pretty hard but we went on to St. Cappelletti, where we had been before but the stained glass is so beautiful, well worth a second trip. Or so we thought. The famous Rose Window was completely covered for restoration...good thing we saw it last time! Finally, we went to Conciergerie, 1st home of ...
First day in Paris! Headed straight to
the catacombs. Steph and I had never been and it was quite surreal
seeing so many thousands of skulls and bones. Kind of brings you face
to face with your own mortality and insignificance. After that we
went to a stop near Notre Dame and walked around a bit. Then went to
the Eiffel tower, got some average crepes and finally ...