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... the skylight above. Bought a bottle of wine that had a screwtop, the only one, and it was on sale. For 3.50 euro. It tastes about right. I was going to spend tomorrow in Montmartre, but I've been advised to go down to the islands for the Sunday bird market. So, that's what I'll be doing, and checking out the Latin Quarter. Supposed to be a gorgeous day, so I'll finally get out of this room for more than an hour. Haven't slept in days, so turning in early. Until ...
... back to 1616 when Marie de Medicis decided to create a tree lined path going east from the Tuileries. There have been a number of redesigns and extensions since then, the last being in 1994 when the side lanes were converted to pedestrian zones. Cars can only now use about half of the avenue. Personally I think they should pedestrianise the entire avenue.
Walking down the avenue reminded me why you should never come to Paris in summer. The number of tourists ...
... out. When you see the green man signal, you can walk. We followed "the green man" all over Paris. We ended our walk at the elaborate Opera. This Opera house inspired ? To write The Phantom of the Opera. There is a lake below the Opera that is depicted in the play. The decorations and architectural design was incredible. We got to see some singers practicing in the auditorium. We took some lovely pictures from the balcony of "L'Opera" and then met the rest of our group on the ...
... me to go he pulled me in tight, looked at me and kissed me. neither of us wanted the night to but I got to 2 o'clock in the morning and I had to be up at 6 the next morning to catch plane so we decided it was time for me to go back to my hotel, he walked me to my room, we said our goodbye's but it didn't feel like I wasn't ever going to see him again it felt like the start of something amazing.
... to Eglise St Sulpice - I was interested to see this as it was featured in the Dan Brown movie 'Da Vinci Code' ...there was a murderous scene around the Rose Line - we found it :-) but I think there was more than a bit of author embellishment here!
Next stop Musee d'Orsay!! - had a 'fast track' to this on our Paris Pass so got to queue jump - YAY!! Unfortunately no pictures in here past a certain point. It was originally a railway station built for ...