Sofitel Paris La Defense
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... from the boat at 10pm, the sparkling lights were glowing. On the bus we came home via the Champs Élysées and the Arc de Triomphe which were lovely to see at night. It was sad saying goodbye to everyone tonight, as they were all so lovely. I have made special friendships with Oris and Hallie and we will definitely keep in touch. I hope to see some of them at breakfast in the ...
... by Renoir and Cézanne, Matisse and Picasso, and a full exhibit on french artiste Émile Bernard, which closes today. It's all a welcome change from the bizarre and questionable artwork we perused during yesterday's tour of the Centre Pompidou!
Since we were already close, we decided to walk along the length of the Champs Élysées to the Arc de Triomphe. We can see it in the distance, so the walk can't be too long, but ...
Today I played at being Vidal Sassoon and the result as you will see was parfait. Before lunch we went to the local and newly reopened Musee Picasso which holds many of his works and his collection of other artists. Every first Sunday of the month the museums are free and that may be the reason that we had to queue for 1:30 hours but it was all done in good cheer ...
... 9 months to see it all! Yes we did see the Mona Lisa. Lots of people pushing around in front of her. Even saw a young lady take a selfie! Then we decided to walk to Musee de Orsay which wasn't that far away as Octavia had recommended it as her favourite museum yesterday. Got tickets very easily then looked around for about 2 hours. Saw lots of paintings from artists that had only ever seen in books or heard about in art class. Monet, Van Gogh, Rodin, Cezanne, Toulouse Latrec, ...
... one bus group there but it weren’t too many people. As you can see from the photos it’s still quite a large place. It had massive grounds too. They bought it with 150 acres of grounds. It cost them 300,000 francs. Josephine bought it with Napoleon’s money while he was in Egypt!! It was quite nice inside – my photos don’t really do it justice I’m afraid. Eli and I had the audio guides and it was interesting listening to the history. They ...