Le Moulin de Lily
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... the train station transformed into a museum. The building itself is truly the greatest part of the exhibits, grand curving ceiling flying above us, metal ribs protruding elegantly into the wide open space. The old track bed is now lined with statues, and rooms of impressionist works splinter off from the main hall. Each offers different artists' works, including more of Monet's waterlilies, Renoir at the ...
... commemorates the 200,000 French who died in the concentration camps. We couldn't find it. Turns out it is being renovated, and is currently behind a tall fence! We then crossed the Seine on a bridge whose sides are full of padlocks that people have written on and fastened to the mesh. It is solid locks! We wandered the Left Bank bookstalls, went into the Latin Quarter to grab some lunch, touched base at the English ...
... was amazing, originally slow cooked and it melted in your mouth. We enjoyed it so much that she insisted up making a second batch which we weren't going to complain about, especially because it only took 5 minutes. We ate over a few glasses of red wine and Corrin told us about her job in the Prime Ministers office that had seen her working in Sydney, New York and Paris, of which we were very jealous. She also told us a hilarious story about the time she went ...
... inside and it bucketed down. We spent a few hours wandering around and seeing so many famous paintings and other beautiful works of art. It is mainly 19th century art with French Impressionists such as Manet, Renoir and Monet. Also lots of Van Gogh and Degas works. The building itself is a work of art. It was a former railway station, which is probably why it has a stunning clock up high at one end. It is a really well ...
... It was nice to be in a religious place where I could ponder and have some quiet time. I came out (making sure my bag was closed - many pickpockets) and got a slice of quiche lorraine, a coke, a magnet for Kari, some postcards and a tick for the toilet. I hate paying to go to the bathroom. I want my cup with ice and a straw, free refills and free potties. Next I decided to get to Rue de Rivoli down by the Louvre. This street is a ...