Ibis Savigny sur Orge
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Breakfast in hostel was croissants and coffee Walked to the Notre Dame and looked inside. Then walked to the top, I got free entry as I said I was an EU resident under 26. Next we wandered through Marais, past Picasso museum and place de la Bastille to the river Seine where we caught the Bateubus boat to the Eiffel Tower. Photos at the Eiffel Tower during the day and we walked around looking for lunch but were unsuccessful. Caught the ...
Today we thought it time for more culture so we went to the Pinacotheque de Paris to see the exhibition on the Kama Sutra and related drawings, temple carvings and some more modern pornography. The Pinacotheque is not unlike the MONA in Hobart, privately inspired but with short term displays of various collections. After due study I have found new respect for yoga. On the walk over there we passed a lovely ...
... did get to see the amazing gilt and chandeliered interior decoration!!
Next we went on the Louvre. What can you say, it's just mind boggling! First up the building itself, then the courtyard area inside, the large glass pyramid, and the fountains, then you get inside, to the different wings, all housing works of art from centuries ago, from all over the world. Paintings like the Mona Lisa, slightly underwhelming in ...
Baguettes at home started the morning before heading off for the day. I went for a hair dressers appointment and Alana and Jaz went to Sacre Ceour. After the train ride we stopped for lunch with true French quiche and then we started off for Musee D'Orsay. There seemed to be a huge line up but it moved pretty quickly and after our bags were checked by security we were in. The audio guide is well worth taking into the museum. The entrance ...
... pieces, then Jean-Louis David's depictions of Naopleon (each a little ironic - wonder if he noticed?)
The trick with the Louvre is to not to stand still for too long admiring a piece as a members of Chinese tour groups will dive in front of you to take photographs. We really didn't take any photos inside as it just seemed better to drink in the glory. No photo could capture the experience anyway. Some moments in life just can't be ...