Kyriad MLV Noisy Le Grand
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... a look really but kept us dry while the map was consulted , we found out that factoid by eavesdropping a tour , tricky to blend in with a bunch of middle aged Asian Americans though so we went our separate ways. A bit of a walk around the Mont in the rain and back to our digs via a couple of local delis to buy our dinner, finished off our Loire wine purchases. An early night so we can have a second go at visiting Paris's number one necrophiliac draw card , the ...
... night revellers. We crossed the bridge of locks and onto the Island of the church and walked into its gardens. Amazing. We got the the front door around 8:10, no line and only about 12 people inside. We meandered inside and took in that incredible architecture. There was a mass going on which added to the feeling within the vast space of details in every corner. By the time we walked outside people were everywhere ...
... space filled with yarn style chairs, a piece that looked like a meteorite, and an 'end of the world' piece. There were a few art films, which Evan did spend some time watching. We finished up at the Palais and then walked down the Rue de New York, which Evan had really wanted to do. It happened to be on our way to our Seine River cruise, so it worked out that we got to walk down it. Luckily we got to the ...
... so decided the horizon was where most of the great views are. The guide pointed out all the major landmarks, the Pantheon, Notre Dame, the Basilica containing Napoleon's Tomb, Les Invalides, L'Ecole Militaire, L'Arc de Triomphe, Montparnasse Tower, Le Louvre, Sacre Coeur, the Trocadero. He told us stories about the Revolution, Louis XIV, Madame Pompidou, Hitler's secret respect for Bonaparte's wartime strategies, the revolution and the wars that have raged in the area. Apparently ...
Hi, it's me again, still travelling all alone. :( I'm at Les Invalides where Napolean's Tomb is. This place was originally built to house war veterans by Louise the great in 1675. Napoleon didn't get here until 1840. When I'm traveling on the metro I often change at a station called Duroc, I've just discovered that he was ...
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