Suite Novotel Paris Roissy CDG
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... famous for the phantom of the opera story) Museum of National History and the beautiful gardens that surround it, Roman ampitheatre Arenas de Lutece and then had lunch at lovely cafe in a street filled with little shops and open food markets. Our tour guide left us here .... We caught the metro to the Du Louvre where i think we all stood with our mouths wide open at the size of this place and the magnificent gardens and buildings here, ...
... our room and had a shower we went walking around Paris. I forgot to mention that it was also Bastille Day so there was a parade before we got there, flags everywhere and a fireworks show organised for later on. We walked from our hotel to the Seine (only 10 mins away - oh and stopped for lunch at a pub which had the Ashes on television... BOOM). We walked along the Seine towards the Arc de Triumphe, taking in the sights of the Louvre, Champs Elysee and the Arc ...
... by Millais, Van Gogh, Gauguin and Toulouse-Lautrec. They had quite an extensive collection of Gaughuin and four Van Gogh's including a self portrait (with ear). I was most happy about the Toulouse Lautrec, as I have seen very few paintings by him, though I like his work. They only had about 6 or so of his works and none of the really famous ones unfortunately, though a few is better than none. I noticed they put the names of Van Gogh and Lautrec prominently to draw you ...
... At 11am, still not open. We decided to leave thinking maybe there had been a security breach. We had wasted enough time, no one was telling us anything and we were frozen. We now had our running shoes on as we had lost 2 hours! Off to Musée d'Orsay to see Van Gough, Renoir, Monet to name a few. 'Starry Starry Night' by Van Gough was immediately recognisable and once again I found myself in tears as I stared at it's beauty and the reality of seeing the real thing. ...
The Louvre Woke up early again this morning, while this quick visit to Paris has left me broken and beaten from too much walking, I just can't sleep, anticipation of visiting one of the worlds greatest collections of art is far too exciting. We woke this morning far more relaxed then previous mornings (I think we were quite naive to the events of the day ahead. We again ducked to the supermarket for a fresh baguette and some supplies and headed back to our ...
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