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... religious artwork then followed by Notre Dame. This place is just huge, again the scale of the place is just amazing. For a building that started construction in the 1200's, it is just amazing! We walked around inside taking photos and listening to the mass, that was on at the time. Yes they are open on a Sunday not like Westminster Abbey. After the way inside, we went outside and then saw the line to go up the tower, it was like half the length of Notre Dame, and ...
... the palace and escaped the downpour of rain. Three palaces (although two are significantly smaller) grace the site. It seemed surreal being able to walk through the home and grounds of Marie Antoinette. It is wonderful to see the restoration work and the original features that survived the revolution. The guided tour was an absolute highlight, as we were ushered into ...
... along the Seine and down to Notre Dame Cathedral, admiring the incredibly intricate stone architecture and reveling in the sights and sounds of a summer evening in Paris. After stopping at the open air book stalls and purchasing some lovely art prints, we sit and relax in the gardens behind the Cathedral, watching Parisians at play. A light breeze wafts by, carrying the scent of summer flowers, baking bread, tart wine and the green rolling river, along ...
... cat was now on a sitting platform near the organ grinder. Amazing!
The dome at the top of Galleries Lafayette is amazing! It is such a beautifully made glass ceiling and really adds to the look of this upmarket store. We went right up to the rooftop viewing area and looked over Paris. It really is quite a sight - it would be spectacular at night! No we bought nothing here nor in their Home store but is was interesting 'just looking'.
... got to explore for 3 hours and checked out 2 sections. This museum is MASSIVE. I would probably need several visits to see everything. We may go back to some of the sites if they are not too costly.
After touring the Louvre, we grabbed a small dinner around St. Michel metro. There are a bunch of small bistros and food shops. We metro'd straight to the Eiffel tower from there to try and catch the lights being turned ...