Ibis Savigny sur Orge
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... then we were in. The Louvre has Egyptian and Greek collections. Between the British museum, the Vatican and the Acropolis and now the Louvre I think we've seen the entire Greek collection. The Venus de milo is located in the Greek collection. Created sometime between 130 and 100 BC, it is believed to depict Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty (Venus to the Romans). It is a marble sculpture, slightly larger than life size at 203cm high. The arms and original plinth ...
... They gave us some directions, but we came across a road with some cones on it and didn't know what to do. We found a car wash and went inside and asked the guy how to get to the leasing yard. He said to go down the coned off road and turn right. I told him the road was coned off. He said" just drive around them". So we did and there was the place. The shuttle driver took us back to our hotel, which ...
... so Brian headed off again in the direction of the Place de Concorde. From there it was only a hop, step and jump to l"Orangerie, that magnificent art gallery dedicated largely to French impressionist artists such as Renoir, Matisse and (in his early days) Picasso. It is a really great place, less well-known than the Louvre or Musee d'Orsay, and therefore less crowded. Thoroughly enjoyable, and always well worth a visit.
It was a pleasant ...
... and go to sainted Chapelle instead. So we went to the beautiful cathedral that's no longer a church, and saw a ton of beautiful stained glass! Unfortunately he rose window was under a conservation cleaning... After the the chapel I wanted to go to the Pompidou... But everyone else was tired so we called it a night. Went back to the room had some food and relaxed before ...
... Progress is a very weird thing!
I left the Louvre and headed off to the Pont Neuf, found some beautiful gardens and bridges with padlocks all over them making them look from a distance like they were made of gold, walked past the Notre Dame, and spent some time walking around the big courtyard of the Hotel du Ville (Town Hall).
Thursday I decided to explore Le Marais district. This is mainly the Jewish quarter and where the Jews were rounded up and taken away in ...