TIMHOTEL Paris Gare De Lyon
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... their country. But to use in Germany, or Italy? Non! The afternoon and early evening were spent in two fabulous museums: the Musee D'Orsay, and the Musee Rodin. The former is a converted railway station with vaulted ceilings that go up 10 stories to a smoked glass roof through which the natural light beams in. While The Louvre gets all the ink as the biggest museum in Paris, several sources (including Christina) suggested that the Musee D'Orsay was far more interesting ...
... two floor, two bedroom apartment. It’s clean, quite modern and very comfy. The beds aren’t great (foam not sprung mattress) but when you are as tired as we are and you all go to bed at around 7pm it felt great.
But the best thing about our apartment is the view. It’s…umm..amaz….well a picture’s worth a thousand words and I’ve written enough for this entry so you’ll just have to look at the photos to see for ...
... of the blessed sacrament. When I noted that it looked like the Eye of Sauron, Cath suggested I might be struck by lightning.
I agree with those who say that the cathedral at Chartres is the best example of a Gothic church in France, better than Notre Dame.
After the service we light a candle, take a turn around the nave and transept then lunch at Le Cloitre Gourmand overlooking the cathedral. Good food and great view. As we leave we notice a ...
Strolled around the heart of Paris for most of the day. Had lunch at a beautiful little restaurant in a secluded "passage" caught the Metro in and back with Ruth, Claire, Gerrie and Prue. Ruth was a wonderful guide who instinctively knew her way around and which train and line to get on. Found a wonderful garden in the centre of the city with ...
... a visit to the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris. The Cathedral is amazing. The architecture is French Gothic and the church dates back to 1160. The church is best known thanks to Victor Hugo who wrote the novel Hunchback of Notre Dame. Thanks to Victor Hugo, the church became hugely popular and was as a result restored to its former glory.