Hotel Denfert Montparnasse
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... with the last two structures! The Basilica was VERY ornate, hardly
any space not carved or painted - impressive craftsmanship but too much decoration!
There are fabulous views over Lyon from the hill. Then we went
down to the "old City" which grew on the narrow peninsula between the
two rivers. There were lots of narrow passages and some interesting
dwellings there - tall and narrow because of the narrowness of ...
... Mini van pulled up at 6:20 and after one more stop to pick up some Asian folks, we were at the City Vision Office near the Louvre. They took our receipt for our Normandy Tour, gave us a return ticket for our van upon our return, red sticky #1s for bus number one and told to wait outside to the right. They separated us by language into three or four buses. The young lady who took our ticket had a high squeaky voice and we ...
... glass windows and such grace, you have to just pinch yourself to realise you are in Paris!!
We didn't do a tour but we were able to walk through most of Notre Dame by ourselves, absolutely amazing!
We then headed back over the river and oh no...the shops are open!! Time for some retail therapy, bit cheaper than where we were yesterday so both Melanie and Nikki, and me did some damage!!
We walked further and had some lunch on a roadside cafe, then continued through ...
... lysées and have coffee. Stopped at sidewalk cafe, it did look a wee bit posh. We're escorted to a table and given menu....eek cappuccino 10 euro each. Got up and left. Brought a shirt, top, and underwear at H & M. Not cheap but run out of clothes till we get to house tomorrow and couldn't bear another day in same clothes. Found a more reasonable place for coffee and looked at what else we would do. Tried to find the impressionist museum ...
... I wonder what it would take to live here, but that is a long topic for a different time. Again refusing to make an itinerary, I decided to start walking along the opposite side of the Seine, since I had already become so familiar with the first and third districts in particular, I would discover the other bank, with the original intention of ending up at Musee D'Orsay. I stumbled first upon a bridge that seemed to reflect gold in the sunshine, more gold leaf perhaps, i thought, ...