Mercure Paris Gobelins Place d'Italie
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... the glass lift to level 3. The view got even better!! Just stunning!! After we made our way down we took some more photos before purchasing a lunch of freshly baked baguette bread and Brie cheese. Chanel and I sat under the tower, was pretty special and delicious. Walking along the river we trekked towards Notre Dame, stopping along the way at Lovelock bridge. You can definitely see why the bridge is collapsing under the weight of all of the ...
... so beautiful.
We got our first experience of queuing at The Notre Dame. The girls were not too keen, but we told them that this is just a taste of what's to come so get used to it. Queue went really fast anyway.
The Notre Dame was amazing inside. The leadlight windows are just beautiful. It is hard to imaging that the place that we were standing in was built in the 12th century. There is so much history. ...
... of detail in his art and sculptures as seen through out our trip through Europe. The portrait of Monna Lisa is only the size of an A3 sheet of paper, Da Vinci has painted her brilliantly. Its true when they say her eyes follow you, as it looked like she was following our every move. She is spectacular, and this was probably one of best pieces of work I have seen on the trip. It was time for a bit of lunch before ...
Today we decided to explore the local area on foot before heading out to visit the church I was christened in and the flat above the fire station in which we lived before we emigrated. Our walk took us around the local area of South Kensington, stopping to look at the natural history museum, housed in a huge foreboding building that reminded the kids of Hogworts. The relics in the museum were amazing and the way it was set out fantastic. To see the whole ...
... cafe as we were both desperate for a toilet stop. A morning and afternoon necessity but it is also a wonderful way to experience the cafe culture of Paris and watch the world go by. We finished the day in a wonderful free museum called le musée de Carnavalet. Each room was set up as a période in French history. There was also a beautiful garden within the museum. Then home to change and out for dinner in Saint ...