Adagio Paris Bercy
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... thaw out a little - perfect idea, until after waiting for the drink to be made, as were about to sit and drink it - they Starbucks guy tells us he is closing and only take away is available - so out into the cold we go again. Finally, the day comes to an end and we got back to the hotel - like superman taking energy from the sun, I basically sat on top of the heater in the room until everything changed from blue back to its normal colour, and then I fell asleep. Il fait trop ...
... Rouge looks a little tarty. The petit train winds up to the top of Montmartre and I found the crowds. I would hate to be here in peak season. The steps of Sacre Coeur were completely covered by people, the roadways are packed and then the cafés around the artists square were all full. The train stopped at the top for 15 minutes and that was long enough. They also looked like they were setting up for a market ...
Self-portrait with a friend Painting Raphael
The Wedding at Cana Painting Paolo Veronese
The Lace Maker Painting Vermeer
Islamic art and ceramics
Baptistere de Saint Louis. Brass/gold bowl. Syria
The Coronation of the Virgin. Painting. Fra Angelico
Napoleon III apartments
Akhenaten statue. Egypt
The Medieval Louvre
Wall of time Ceramics. Turkey
Floor mosaic from the church of St Christopher ...
... friends with our neighbors at the table next to us; one was a wealthy woman who owns a house overlooking the water in Monaco and the other, a famous (in Europe) singer named Sedrick Hamilton (aka Seddy J). They gave us lots of tips for watching out for pickpockets and which restaurants to visit.
The night ended with us playing gin (where Ashlyn destroyed Tyler) on our balcony and drinking wine we’d purchased back in London at ...
... and priceless collections of antiquities. Fortunately, we were able to spend time in all three wings but spent most of our time in the Denon Wing where we could admire the Italian works of art such as DaVinci's, Mona Lisa and Michelangelo's, The Dying Slave and Canova's Psyche and Cupid. My favorite part of the Louvre (besides viewing all the great paintings and sculptures in Denon) was in the Richelieu Wing, which still houses the beautifully furnished ...