Chateau de Montvillargenne
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... and little pots of yogurt from the store down the street. Then we headed out in the gentle morning drizzle, via metro, to the world's largest museum, the Louvre.
The Louvre is notorious for having ridiculously long lines. We arrived just before opening, thinking that we'd get ahead of the tour groups and such. We approached from the far end of the complex and noticed a small line curling its way through an archway ahead of us. Great! ...
We had a bit of a debate over whether to catch the ferry from Dover to Calais or the Eurostar straight from London to Paris. The plan had always been to get the boat and see the White Cliffs of Dover, but that involved a two-hour journey to Dover, in which a connection overlaps, a taxi to the ferry terminal by 9am, a 2.5-hour boat ride, then a 1.5-hour train from Calais to Paris. That's six hours of travel time without connections. Alternatively, Eurostar ...
... old church. We went inside and it had many features similar to what we had seen at Notre Dame Cathedral. Main difference was it was smaller. Went back to the house using the map/GPS system on my iPad. This is great to show where you are and how to get somewhere. After lunch we headed off by train to see the Eiffel Tower and maybe some museums. We got off the train at "Musee D'Orsay" where there are many museums, the main one being The ...
... and others we loved but had never heard off. There was an exhibition by a French artist called Martial Raysse whose work was stunning with vibrant colours and bold subjects. Walked down to The Seine and saw the Eiffel Tower lit up - it really is an an incredible ...
... is still active. After our little excursion in the North of Paris, we came back 'home' and decided we wanted to have a picnic dinner in the Luxembourg Gardens. So we went to the boulangerie for bread and the fromagerie for cheese (Brie that tasted like cream of mushroom soup and our favourite, St. Nectaire) then picked up some strawberries and red wine and made our way to the park. Along the way we noticed a lot of cheering coming from bars ...