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... it all. From my perspective (D) I think Paris is such an incredibly intricate place. We tried to simply scratch the surface today and really we didn't see anything in depth except perhaps Sacred Coeur and Montmartre. Sorry some of the photos are crooked, they were mostly taken from a moving bus. We toured most of the main sites or at least drove past them and saw many grand buildings and bridges, squares etc... So much to take in, ...
... the paintings are 20 foot by 20 foot. Probably larger. I don't know how these past cultures carted them around without harming the art. There were a lot of naked people. Mostly tops but many completely. Maybe this was the porn of their day. Lots of religious paintings combined with families in parks especially with babies. Also war, victory, killing. All depicted on the canvas. But, Moma with here ...
... to produce our best skills. Gee did that bring back childhood memories for me.
Continued walking through the back Streets towards the Eiffel Tower seeing how many times we could see it inbetween buildings and trees along the way.
We have fond memories from our previous visits to this magnificent monument, especially New Years Eve 2010/2011 but still managed to take a truck load of photos keeping in mind this is Summer and our previous trip was in ...
... we went back to st sulpice and got there just in time to watch the sun spot go across the line. Went back to flat. Walked to champ de mars and walked from one end to the trocadero. Back to flat. When merlin and Beth got back, we had dinner just down the street, then back to flat for lemon tart and coffee. Then to trocadero to take pictures of Eiffel Tower. Back to ...
... suitcases and carry-ons over cobbled-stoned streets, under bridges. Finally, I saw a construction worker and in my newly learned French asked him, "Est ce que vous connaissez ou est le Viking Pride?" He answered in English - "It's just under the bridge, not too far." Sure enough, there was our ship parked at Quai de Greneille not Javel as we were told. We actually passed the ship while we were on the taxi thinking it was another ship. We later learned, they couldn't dock at ...