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... place, held in a cordoned-off area to allow the other painting in the room some space - not that anyone is looking at THEM. There are warnings posted regarded "les pick-pockets" in the crowd. Again, I notice(from a distance) the slight air of sadness in Mona Lisa's face, the fact that she doesn't understand what all of these people see in her more than in any other painting. The grand fresco "Marriage at Cana", which covers the wall opposite ...
... in early 19th Century. It has among others, a painting the size of our apartment dating back to 1560. Mass started with the massive pipe organ instrumental and was all in French. The people sang very well and the priest sang the psalm. The Holy Holy and Lamb of God were in Latin but I was not familiar with the tune. It was a good experience despite not knowing what was said. The beautiful music helped make up for that. After grabbing a few things for a welcome bite to eat in ...
... station. All this time of course, the clock was ticking. The ticket office had a long queue in front of it, and Brian did his level best to persuade people that his need was urgent, and that he'd like them to let him in the queue. The queue consisted entirely of Spaniards who spoke no English or French whatsoever or frustrated English-speaking tourists who were all just as confused and agitated as he was. Eventually, ...
... breeze or shade to be found. I was one sweaty lady! The Queen has a burn on exactly half of her body. Hi-*******-larious. Kenzie and I followed that up by taking a stroll down the Champs-Élysées. It's where the race was taking place. We were on a shopping mission to find skimpier clothing. I was under the impression our trip to Paris would be on the cooler side. Wrong. Wrong. Very ...
... like to live like a Parisian. We took a really leisurely stroll from our apartment west on Rue de Convention until we hit the Seine River. Walking home, we snapped pictures at some of our favorite places and made our final stop at our favorite boulangerie (bakery) where we bought croissants and baguettes each day. We are going to miss fresh bread as much as we'll miss anything else from Paris! We then made our way back to the Louvre ...