Lux Hotel Picpus
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... skyline, one can almost imagine what it must have been like in this great city during World War II. The fighter jets are followed by planes old and new as well as helicopters and they all make for a stunning display.
Thankfully, Cate was feeling a tiny bit improved today so that we could get out and witness all of this, but she was still not herself, so we took things slowly and decided to grab a quick lunch after watching the parade. We headed ...
... and I were as quiet as church mice after seeing that!
Out at the front of the Church, there was a bread festival on. There was judging to determine the best baguette and other treats. An impressive feat and title if there ever was in France, the land of baguettes
We are all sad to leave our French home as living in a real French apartment in a real French neighbourhood meant that we almost felt like ...
... an overall history of the artists who once flocked here. No. 12 Rue Cortot is the oldest house in Montmartre and was constructed in the middle of the 17th century and restored in 1959 to house the museum - it was actually the studio where Renoir lived in 1875 for two years. It even has its very own 'chat noir' today :-)
We head down the funicular railway shuttle to the bottom of the hill and through the streets towards Moulin Rouge!!! Before this we stop ...
... an appearance and perhaps it was because it was the weekend. We certainly noticed families out and about on our travels today that we hadn't really noticed before. The babies were very cute swaddled in pouches as were the toddlers in mini winter coats and boots. Having looked at the line, we changed our plans as we were not fussed on standing still for too long since it had turned colder than expected. Thinking it was a two layer and not a three layer day as it turned out, we figured ...
... has a variety of ticket options. We started with a book of ten tickets (which isn't a book but 10 loose tickets) and bought extra individual tickets or an extra book as we needed. The vending machines are easy to use, but only take coins or credit card and your card has to have a chip, not just a strip. There are day passes and week passes. There is also a fancy pass aimed at tourists, but that seems like a big rip off and I ...