Premiere Classe Saint Thibault des Vignes
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Officially our first tourist filled day in Paris, as we had previously booked the Paris Pass for our trip. First stop was just around the corner from our hotel, which was the Army Museum, which also had the Tomb of Napoleon and Cathedral of Saint-Louis des Invalides. These areas were breathtaking, with the architecture and artwork on the walls and ceilings just amazing. The Tomb of Napoleon and hall was huge. Photos attached. Next stop was the La Conciergerie, where we ...
OMD, we set the alarm for 0800, it was very difficult to wake up early, it was still dark, but we had an appointment, we wanted to beat the queues at The Louvre, and we did. We decided to concentrate on the paintings by the Flemish and Dutch Masters with a side venture into the French, I was on a mission to find the Rubens for Harriet, and amongst all the wondrous paintings, there it was, photo attached. Caught the bus ...
... all in French. Mastered that. Now in drier... I presume they are spinning around. No window.) Versailles .... I loved the garden. Went to many different parts of the garden ... A story with each one. A lot of fun. Then we headed down this Avenue... And at the end was the magnificent Apollo Fountain. Apollo is on his chariot being pulled along by these magnificent horses. Now, I had seen pictures of this when I was researching to put ...
... It's right next to the Jardin de Luxembourg. Hotel is called Hotel Observatoire Luxembourg. The highlight of the week was my birthday dinner. Greg and Mandy had done some excellent restaurant research and we went to a very French place, complete with live music. Our hotel was even happy for us to have a bottle of Mumm (that we'd brought from Reims) as pre-dinner drinks in the lobby. They supplied ice bucket and glasses! You get an ...
Woke with a fright, the Don popping out of a large cake in his white thong, that's European style not the Aussie interpretation of the word all oiled and excited, sorry that was a recollection recounted by the birthday girl of a dream once (long) past. Try a cuppa and a hurray along to get moving out the door in reality. We have a divide and concour approach to our full Parisian intinary, the birthday girl and her entourage will cover the Louvre, yours truly has the Museum d ...