Mercure Paris Cusset Opera
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... what all of the noise and disturbance was about, cars were honking too by this stage, and had to physically drag her off down the street and explain that what she was doing was not correct and that she not know the road rules in France. After the danger was over everyone was frantic to ask me what had been happening as I was just about in it, and a witness to a near international incident!!
Our whole night was interspersed with Jennifer incidents of which I ...
... St. Michael Square, the start of a 6 km tour that included Notre Dame cathedral, the Sorbonne, the Pantheon, Luxembourg palace and gardens, St. Sulpice, Church of Saint-Severin, Shakespeare and Co. book store, the Odeon Theatre, the Medici Fountain, etc. etc.) I’ve included some pictures of some of these spots. It was a wonderful exploration of this unique and interesting part of Paris.
... Sunday, so we decided to just look around the outside. Good thing too because not far away we could see big dark clouds coming our way very quickly. We just made it around to the rear of the cathedral when the rain started to fall and then turned into a torrential downpour. We ducked into one of three gift shops all next to each other across the street, both to get out of the rain and so Connie could pick up some goodies. We made our way from shop to shop until ...
... had Maccas for lunch then went to The Louvre to see the Mona Lisa and other of the museum's famous pieces. Then we went to the Eiffel Tower once more, this time climbing to the summit and watching the sunset which was simply majestic. We then came home and had a typical French dinner (snails, fillet mignon and chocolate cake). Then it was time for bed. What a ...
... Cafe, found us headed for the Notre Dame Cathedral.
The only words to describe the 850-years old cathedral: Majestic. Holy. Beautiful. Wrought with familiar symbolism.
What more can I say. Among the many churches/cathedrals we’ve seen in Europe and elsewhere, the Notre Dame is, indeed, special--should be a must-see on anyone’s itinerary. Pictures are worth a thousand words, so I hope you enjoy those I posted below. Some of the ...