Kyriad Paris Est - Porte De Bercy - Saint Maurice
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... 8230;…….no old Paris to be seen here….ikea & other similar buildings lined the way..
We eagerly awaited the first signs of the Paris that we came for.
As we neared the city, Old bridges & railway lines & ancient buildings started to appear….not pretty but definitely interesting……and then it started my first sighting of the classic Parisian architecture with the narrow windows & ...
... half locked' on a bridge in Paris!!
Next we wandered to the Lourve and just looked outside got lots of pics then walked though the Tuileries garden to the Place De La Concorde to jump on the Metro to Montmartre! Kate had gone on and on about how lovely Montmartre was when she visited with Brenna and she wasn't lying it is such a pretty area of Paris. We headed straight to see the Sacre Coeur Basilica (with a macaroon stop on the way), the ...
... a Chinese food place before going to Bobbi Brown and got rice and chicken, then we walked to the Bobbi Brown place. I couldn’t eat while she was doing my makeup, so it got cold, but Jason ate his. We had to throw my food away, but it’s okay because I got something at the ballet. The girl did an amazing job on my makeup, I really like some of the products, so I got the lipstick she used and the concealer she used ...
... dining experience of the entire trip!
But there was yet more to come. The chef surprised us with a soufflé, made with a touch of Grand Marnier, for a spectacular dessert. And, as a finale to our memorable luncheon, we were treated to a glass of champagne. After our 2-hour extravaganza, we took some "new" group photos, exchanged e-mail addresses, and said our farewells. Later in the day, I e-mailed copies of these photos, along with a message in French ...
... when you step back the picture comes into view. The lower floor of the museum had several smaller paintings by various artists. It was almost noon by the time we left. And it had stopped raining.
We walked to the d'Orsay Museum, forgetting that it is closed on Mondays. We decided to eat lunch and then walked across the river to the Louvre. We spent another couple hours in this museum, looking at Greek and Roman sculpture and ...