Mercure Paris Gobelins Place d'Italie
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... seeing it personal was the thrill of my first visit to Paris.
Our second day started with mass at Notre Dame followed by a quick tour of the church. Next, we visited Musee d’Orsay. After a snack in the clock-face café, we took the kids through the major impressionist paintings and, again, it was a thrill to see them in person. Winding through the galleries, we saw many interesting paintings and sculptures. The hop-on, hop-off tour bus tour took us back to Notre Dame ...
... US. Then we'd get a late start the next day, but still ready to take on whatever Paris had for us. We had been to the top of the Arc de Triomphe on a previous visit, but we were also younger then - this time the 284 steps to the top just about killed us.
The arch is 165 feet high and centers the largest "round-about" I have ever seen. Twelve boulevards converge to create a most ...
... de la Ville de Paris has been here since 1872 and houses documents dating back to the 16th century. I wanted to go in, but since I am so fascinated by old books was afraid I'd end up losing the whole day in there.
I did go into the The Musée Cognacq-Jay where I got snapped at for touching the bedding on one of the displays. Oops! And saw the oddest painting of three girls, one of them doing what appeared to be squeezing the head of a ...
... a hidden treasure. And with that statement, the clouds have parted, as if Paris wishes to win my favour. I'll be heading back down to the banks of the Seine today to witness the annual Marchés Flottants du Sud-Ouest. So the market: little actual floating but so many stalls! I will plan tomorrow to but some of the local delicacies and stock up my little fridge for a couple of days. I wandered for an hour through the streets of the Quartier Latin, ...
... the hotel for breakfast.
Then began the packing up process - bikes first. Amazing how quick it is to pack the bike for home versus the 2-3 hours packing to come to Paris. about 30 minutes and it was all done!
Back to the room, shower then out exploring for a few hours before heading to the Champs Élysées and our seats in the stand. The 4 of us who purchased seats (Damo did all the hard work) are a little nervous as the stand is a ...
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