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... and souvenirs. You either need a good wallet or good discipline to survive the Latin Quarter!
Anyway, Michael arrived back to the Louvre, a fantastically large and complex building incidentally, at the agreed time of 430, intending to go into the cafe to meet Joy. A panic stricken phone call changed all that. "How do I get out?" was the plaintive cry. Now, Joy does enter a different world in art galleries, but actually getting lost in ...
... the cost and guide books say one good benefit is being able to go in and use the toilet without having to pay.
Invalides is a huge place! Napoleon's tomb is located in a large domed building with beautiful frescoes and carved marble. The dome and the front door are a brilliant gold and the rest of the place is equally fancy. The only problem we had was the lack of signs explaining what things were. There is an audio ...
Woke up from my first night in France! Most of the jet lag had gone so that was good. Breakfast was completely unexpected, with traditional French stuff: pano chocolate, croissants, hot chocolate, heaps of French cake things, yoghurts, bread, Nutella and lots of other stuff. Not quite weetbix or Just Right but I guess foreign travel is deigned to change it up a bit.On the bus at 8:45, raining, to Versaillie. After that weather was fine which ...
... and a study was commissioned in 1974. In 1978, a competition was
organized to design the new museum. ACT Architecture, a team of three
young architects (Pierre Colboc, Renaud ...
... It was full of lots of clever thoughts. But, I decided to delete it all because my blood pressure was going up a bit. And, I'm sure family and friends don't have to see this lovely encounter:)
After the park, we crossed over the Seine and walked toward Notre Dame. Such an amazing structure. We went inside when we were here the first time. This time it was probably close to 6pm and very crowded with ...