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... it must have been to support that amount of stone with
walls of glass. None of the pictures I took can do it justice.
However, what I love about medieval architecture is not the
beauty. Yes, it is beautiful, but if you look closely, it’s also terrifying.
The true interest lies in the grotesque and horrible monsters hidden in the
sculpture. These usually come in the form of sculpted demons, and this is ...
... how one person can make such an impact on a trip :)
We saw the Arc de Triomphe which was so massive it was hard to believe! We didn’t however get to go to the top because it cost too much & we knew there was so many more sights to see! We headed to the Eiffel Tower after which was so extremely beautiful when the evening sky hit. Wow, absolutely breathtaking. Unfortunately the lines were outrageous to take the elevator to the top (and I was OK with that!) ...
... luxembourg, rue mouffetard
Day 5: 8th and 1st arrondissements. Arc de triomphe to the louvres, including champs elysees, place de la concorde, tuilleries
Day 6: Quay de la seine, musée Branly, musée d'Orsay
Day 7: 18th, 9th and 2nd. Montmartre, including sacre coeur, place du tertre, opera, grands boulevards, madeleine, vendrome, passage des panoramas
Day 8: To gare du nord for our train up to Boulogne sur mer and welcome home!!
... my backpack and our heaviest rolling suitcase up the road and then a cobblestoned hill followed by a series of cascading stairs until we reached the ground floor of a 14 story high rise that would house our base for the week. A landlady let us in and we navigated the tiny elevator up to the 9th floor and knocked on the door to #92. The owner's sister met us and walked us through the particulars as best she could with her limited English and at ...
... gigantic building, then you walk through a passageway into a big square courtyard with the building going all around you. Go through another passageway and the building spreads out into an enormous block U with the pyramids in the middle. It has 652,000 sq ft of exhibit space and is quite a site to see! We didn't go inside though - if I'm going to an art museum here my pick is the d'orsay with all of the impressionist paintings. Gorgeous building, ...