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... for people watching.
When we got to the end of the Champs-Elysees we decided to continue walking over to the Grand Palais, the Petit Palais and the Pont Alexandre bridge. Along the way DM was quick to spot a women carrying a $42,000 Hermes Birkin bag. This started the hunt for the Hermes store. Unfortunately everyone we asked gave us the wrong directions so we never did find the ...
Opened in 1986, this gorgeously renovated train station displays a world famous collation of Impressionist and Post Impressionist paintings.
The sun has just gone for the day but the warmth from it is still in the air. Loving all the noises from the passers by to the distant ambulances or police sirens to a local concert near by to the noise of the fair next to the Louvre.
Day 7 - We had planned on visiting Palace of ...
... a Parisian scene for a friend back home. We turned south away from the river and walked back toward our hotel, through narrow streets full of history. Tomorrow will be the Fête de la musique (the music festival) with bands and orchestras playing all over Paris. Some groups had started early and were already playing in the streets as we made our way back to the hotel. The music added a lovely final touch to the day.
It has been a lovely Parisian summer day, one of the ...
... it. This suited me as I think it is
over-rated. We made our way across the square in front of Notre Dame (where
there was a bread exhibition/fete), along the river side, through lovely
gardens. This gave us an exceptional view of the flying buttresses, gargoyles
and stone work of the cathedral. Brought to life the architecture of ‘Pillars
of the Earth’ by Ken Follett.
We wandered through back streets, making our ...
... flowers and roses. Lots of nice things for house and garden, shame we have a weight limit to come home with! The Notre Dame Cathedral was very popular on a lovely day like today and the line up was quite long and in the hot sun and we had had a lot of sun already today. As we had been into the Cathedral before and Joe wasn't busting to go in we opted to move on and find somewhere nice to continue our afternoon ...