Premiere Classe Villeneuve St Georges
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... got there late afternoon. Caught the lift up to the top but there were some lines so by the time we made it to the top it was dark but still very beautiful. It was freezing waiting in the lines. Dinner at a French restaurant - bread, warm goats cheese salad, beef with pepper sauce and creme brûlée. The 3 courses was ...
... straight home from school, there is always a temptation to discover more. Today we strolled through Place de la Concorde, you should have seen the labels on show, this was on our way to Galleries Lafayette, they are putting up their Christmas lights at the moment and we can already feel the festiveness of Christmas, no doubt there will be photos to come, but it was truly breathtaking to see the decorations inside Galleries Lafayette and ...
... Manouvering through the archway to the Louvre, glimpsing the clock at the Musee D'Orsay, driving along the Champs Élysées to the Arc de Triomphe, standing in front of Notre Dame, looking at paintings by Van Gogh, Monet, Cezanne and Renoir, looking down on the boats on the Seine, it's just a continual stream of fantastic experiences! After we left the Musee D'Orsay ...
... maybe they will cherish the beauty of this gift. I also indulged and took 2 pictures prior to Mass beginning. After visiting the various chapels and the main church I took a seat for Mass. I was able to get in the front section so had a great view of the altar and one of the side windows that was similar to the famous stained glass in the front. The Mass was such an experience - the choir was incredible and the organist was something I never heard - such drama it added ...
... its magic on us and reminded us that we really are cultural neophytes, we needed to take stock and reflect on the hours passed. A trip on the Seine again was just the trick before we found a cafe near Notre Dame for a really late lunch.
For dinner we cruised the shops for cheese, bread, antipasto and cider. Heaven - a room with a view and supper for two.
Tomorrow we will either bring ourselves into the 19th century at the Musee ...