Suite Novotel Paris Porte de Montreuil
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... limbered up and climbed the <<422>> spiralling steps to the top...certainly a workout for the legs and respiratory system BUT I MADE IT :-)
Arriving at the top brought us face-to-face with several gargoyles. These grotesque statues actually divert water from the roof whereas I always thought they were purely decorative to ward of evil spirits...we were able to walk all around the edge of the towers looking out across the Parisian ...
... tell me in English and I didn't understand them, so I said no.
When you are in Paris, if there is one big old building built so long ago there is usally another or more just next to it or right around it. When I walked behind the Pantheon there happened to be a church in honor of St. Genevieve. It was built in the 1600's to hold the remains of St. Genevieve. It was a beautiful and simple church. The remains no longer are there. They were ...
We spent the next 2 days walking the 10 minutes from the campground to the Maison Lafitte RER train station for the 15 min ride into central Paris. Getting around the Paris Metro is not as straight forward at first compared to the London Underground and definitely not as clean. Paris is very different than the rest of France and we had a small struggle adjusting. At 37 C, Paris was hot and a little on the muggy side, surprisingly. Despite the ...
... were each painted with a letter and the letters formed words (in French, of course) that referenced the history of the station. At the Versailles station, the tiles were painted in 18th century style pictures of flowers, trees and natural scenes. One station we glimpsed briefly from inside the train yesterday appeared to have walls entirely covered in copper panels with rivets outlining each panel. We may need to go back and check that one out further!
... and look
at the proper paintings, the Impressionists."
But, I do like the Impressionist figure paintings,
especially Monet, so I did enjoy some of this collection.
As always, after looking at art, we developed our usual
hunger and went seeking lunch. As we crossed the road, there was one of our
favourite cafes, with chairs facing outwards. This time we sat inside as it was
still raining ...