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... as well – the jewels are a couple of works by Raphael. (The Duke was the son of King Louis-Philippe and lived in exile two different periods in England. He died in Italy.)
At 3pm, we took a tour of the private apartments. It was the one tour a day given in English, and there were only three other people. The apartments seem small compared to the royal rooms we are used to seeing, though, of course, they are very large. We saw a small ...
... seeing them marvel at its wonders and delights. With Gary’s expert guidance we covered so much: from the cobbled lanes of Ile St Louis to the stained glass windows of Notre Dame to the Eiffel Tower’s night time sparkling lights to the heights of Montmartre to the Louvre’s masterpieces to the D’Orsay’s Impressionists to the Luxembourg’s colorful blooms to the dahlias in Le ...
... is quite sedate. Along the sides of the church are little chapels dedicated to various saints. I was quite impressed to see a statue of Joan of Arc, they must like her on this side of the narrow sea. Surprisingly, there were not many dedications to the Virgin Mary. For those that don't know, Notre Dame means Our Lady, so really the cathedral should be all about her. Although as I flick through the guide book apparently there are ...
... was a delight. The hyper-modern-industrial Pompidou Centre with its external coloured pipes and escalator tubes is surrounded on three sides by classical 18th century Parisian houses. On the fourth side butting up against a Gothic church there is a square with a pool and set of whimsical and humorous modern sculptures/fountains. The Pompidou has a great collection of modern art amongst which Kerrie and ...
... br> Café. As the weather was better we walked back to the hotel, where I am now
(catching up on the blog as directed by one of my nieces – thanks Jane for
giving me an excuse to stay out of the rain!). Jewell and Glen have gone to the
Musee du Louvre to see Mona!
As I finish this blog entry, Jewell and Glen have returned
from the Louvre. Their comment was ‘too many people’ but they did get a glimpse of Mona!