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We started today with a walk up the hill to the Sacre-Coeur. What a beautiful chapel with a stunning view across the city. We then walked through the Montmarte district through some shops and stumbled across an amazing french chocolat shop and bakery. Our real french food experience as most other purchases have been italian or cater at home due to …
Paris was above and beyond my expectations! It was so beautiful and another girl and I got to do all of the touristy attractions of the wonderful Pariiiii! The first day we went to the Museo de Louvre where we spent four hours looking around at all of the phenomenal paintings and sculptures. I was disappointed in how small the Mona Lisa was, …
it was great
... and even a tai-chi class.
Everywhere we looked someone was sitting and enjoying the day - feet dangling over the river, propped on a bridge or in a corner cafe enjoying a drink. The street vendors had opened up their stalls with second hand books, memorabilia and images of Paris over the centuries.
We have iBooks of a rather ambitious series of architectural history walking tours, each covering a different era from medieval to ...
... were each painted with a letter and the letters formed words (in French, of course) that referenced the history of the station. At the Versailles station, the tiles were painted in 18th century style pictures of flowers, trees and natural scenes. One station we glimpsed briefly from inside the train yesterday appeared to have walls entirely covered in copper panels with rivets outlining each panel. We may need to go back and check that one out further!
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