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... fact that her shoes were just so sparkly that made me envious!!
Some other interesting facts: Trucks, except for refrigerated ones, are NOT allowed on highways in Europe on a Sunday. They actually have to pull over for the 24 hours, if they are on their way somewhere!!!
Apart from souvenir shops and eating places, nothing is open in France on a Sunday.
Lots of Pharmacies.
Very, very old French Baths. Ruins still there.
... we headed back to our hotel, where the hotel manager was hosting a cocktail party for the guests, grabbed a crisp glass of white wine, and met Delphine, the Director of Operations for our hotel. We had a great conversation with Delphine and were impressed with her knowledge of Paris and appreciate all the special details she added to our trip! It is nice to meet people in the places you travel to and even more so when they make ...
... the 90 min trip to the famous house and garden of Monet.
Plenty of others were also along but there was lots of room to look over the amazing cottage garden, the house 'Giverny' and of course walk around the famous waterlilly lake.
What a highlight to take in the sights, sounds and smells of this place that we had seen represented in Monet's ...
... decapitated for his faith.
[an aside - our apartment is on Saint Denis Street - known in Paris as lively and up the far end are the working girls, some aged a bit ...I wonder if this had anything to do with the decapitation of the first bishop??]
The basilica's travertine stone exudes calcite ensuring that the basilica remains white despite weathering and pollution. Outside offered spectacular views over the Parisian rooftops. Inside was beautiful - the dome ...
Bonsoir from Paris at the end of my 3 rd day. Spent the last 2 days doing the 'hop on hop off' bus around Paris which has been great to see a lot of what Paris has to offer. Yesterday visited the Musee d'Orsay which was once a Railway station but now houses some amazing art - Monet,Degas, Rodin, Van Gough , Renoir ....walked back to the hotel across one of the many bridges on the Seine & ...