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Coming to Paris, there is a wide range of things to see and do – something for everyone. At times when I'm walking through the streets of Paris, I feel as if I'm in a museum – such beautiful things everywhere to admire. As I scanned the Paris brochure of museums and sights to see, I felt that I needed at least a …
... do it justice in one visit, or even a week of visits, so we only saw a very small portion of the collection, starting with the Egyptian area, statues of Greek and Roman antiquity, paintings from the Italian Renaissance, some of the Dutch and French painting collection, and the opulent apartments of Napoleon III.
We had lunch in Le Cafe Richelieu, run by the Paris institution Angelina's, and I can report that they do a ...
... I mean the
supermarket was just around the corner. So I didn’t want
to spend one more night there but I did, in the reception,
using there restroom, internet..
At 2.30 am I started to walk to the railway station, passing
the Eiffel tower and Louvren.
I first passed the Eiffel tower and really wanted to see it in
the night but it was kind of dark when I got there. Not
exactly like the pictures you seen ...
... Asian inspired household items. It's too tempting, both mom and I buy a little something. After a lunch of crepes, we head over to the Musee d'Orsay. It is yet another beautiful building, particularly on the inside, and houses marble statues and impressionist paintings. It was also once a hotel, and the gold and white ballroom is still intact. It is one of the most beautiful rooms I ever seen. Huge mirrors, intricate carvings, and gold trim on ...
After we left Vesailles and got back into Paris we walked over to Musee Rodin which is where the artist August Rodin spent the last few years of his life working and planning for this museum to show his works. I am showing two of the most famous: Entrance into Hell which is based on Dante's Inferno; and The Thinker. Please note that The Thinker ...