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... to relax a little before packing. Alarms set for 5:30am. Last night in Paris. Update from the train, sun keeps breaking through the cloud and it looks like daytime outside now. Have made a stop at Strassburg, some passenger change-over, one more stop before we arrive at Stuttgart at 11:05. Then we change trains for the next leg, to Munich, then another train change before arriving in Salzburg at 16:41. Quite the adventure! We made it!! Our ...
... artworks. We spent several hours on the tour and The Louvre really is spectacular, not to mention massive. Once our tour ended, we had the option of staying on but we were both satisfied with what we had seen and wandered through the Tuileries garden which is very picturesque and tranquil. After waiting for our phantom bus that never arrived, we bit the bullet and got a cab ride home. During our visit to Paris, we had been warned to watch for pick pockets, gypsies and ...
... Now this is absolutely spectacular. And the positioning at the top of the huge marble staircase is genius. I just sat and looked... for ages. She's amazing. And remembered the pictures I had seen as they evacuated her from the Louvre before the Nazis took Paris. Ropes and pulleys and lots of men guiding her down those stairs. Stopped for lunch at a lovely cafe inside the Louvre. ( They give you your check when they deliver your food, Emily. I think they ...
... but it has been so great just walking to the bakery each day for fresh bread! Anyway, after lunch we set out to visit Musee l'Orangerie, which is a small museum that houses the art collection of Paul Guillome and eight stunning Monets. Monet created these eight paintings specifically for this space as a gift to the people of France after WWI. He wanted them to have a peaceful refuge. Evan was in his own peaceful refuge at our apartment and said he didn't want to ...
... see it. I share this to better illustrate how blown away we were when we walked into the church. It was actually smaller than we expected and the stain-glass windows exceeded any expectations we might have had. It is a beautiful church and this was our first glimpse at just how old things are/can be in France. I belief the chapel was built in the 1200s which blows my mind. Of the stained glass in the chapel, approximately 70% is original, which is also a ...