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... prayer service. We could finally see the Pieta behind the main altar, even though it was still some distance away. After Vespers we walked across the square and caught the Metro "home." We shopped Rue Cler one last time for our supper--bread and cheese, wine and an apple, and a few exquisite chocolates. As we approached our hotel, the Tower was shining. We ate, and strategized for our travels home. Now to unwind and sleep, so we can get up bright and early ...
... around for a while taking a look at all the stained glass windows each containing a portrait of a saint. One thing that was a bit disappointing was we noticed that gems that had been placed around the cathedral must have often been stolen because 1/3 of them were missing.
We soon took a look at a section were lots artefacts were held. Cloaks, headgear, staffs and jewellery all used by the popes. There was a ...
... at the meat counter spoke no English. It was so much fun! We let them know we wanted deux slices of jambon and quatre slices of salami. Merci beaucoup! Aurevoir! We were off to Montmartre.
Montmartre is the bohemian capital of Paris…and we loved it! The entire area is centered around a big hill with Sacre Couer Basilica at the top. It is gorgeous. The basilica was made with some sort of white stone that gets whiter with age. It has an onion dome and is looming and ...
... St. Germain t-shirts and we walked by Laudree, which had a line out the door so we opted to return at a later date. Part of the Champs Elysee was turned into a pedestrian corridor for the day, so we were able to take pictures of the l'Arc de Triomphe in the middle of the street! Luckily it was a beautiful day, so the stroll was lovely. It was a free day at the Louvre, so we braved the crowd and waited in a very lengthy ...
... the Montmartre area and check our Friday the 13th Lotto ticket.
Galleria Lafayette - Looking down from the third floor in to the central atrium. So many brands and they were actually selling Gucci watches etc. Susan tried some shoes but they were not quite right. Menswear is across the road in a second building.
Free concert in the Luxembourg Gardens - A great way to spend a lazy afternoon in Paris.