Hotel Alize Grenelle Tour Eiffel
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... was so still it just looked like a defect.
I know it is sacrilege to say this but I actually enjoyed the other painters more than Monet. I mean, I like Monet too, but one can only take so many waterlily’s. It was astounding how many paintings he did. There are around 300 just in this museum. One of the best was with a sunset and it was fantastic the way the museum lit it because they made the light hit right where the sun was on the painting so ...
... to see "The Raft of the Medusa" and the "Coronation of Napoleon I"; from there to the Michaelangelo Gallery to see "The Slaves" and "Cupid reviving Psyche" and then from there to Ancient Greece to see "Venus de Milo" and "Dianna of Versaille". Not only did we get it planned out, but we listened to the Audio Commentary on each of the pieces so that we would know what the hell we were looking at and why it was significant. Thus, the "Masterpiece Sprint" came to be! By the time ...
... ground floor and walked to a few souvenir shops. We met up with the rest of our delegation and went to A l'auberge du Pere Louis for lunch. Here we all tried escargot and frog legs. Jadon and Hayley didn't like them. Cameron said they were interesting. William gave a thumbs up, and I thought they tasted like chicken and garlic. For our main course we had pork, carrots, and potatoes. For dessert we were served a wonderful chocolate mousse! After lunch we headed out ...
... just like Vienna and bikes, roller blades and people on scooters flying past every where. The streets are busy with people and dogs of course rushing everywhere. Saw groups also of Orthodox Jewish men so perhaps a synagogue near by
well that's all for now".....here for 2 nights before going to Giverny to bike again. No biking here although tempting as bike rentals everywhere
larry and jackie
... ensemble who performed Vivaldi's Four Seasons.There was a great deal of security to enter Sainte-Chapelle, since we were routed through a part of the Ministry of Justice, which is next door and actually contiguous.
Dinner at the restaurant across from the hotel, Les Noces de Jeanette, where I had a steak. It turned out to be the only beef I ate in Europe, and it was delicious. Our last dinner in Paris...