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... to Eglise St Sulpice - I was interested to see this as it was featured in the Dan Brown movie 'Da Vinci Code' ...there was a murderous scene around the Rose Line - we found it :-) but I think there was more than a bit of author embellishment here!
Next stop Musee d'Orsay!! - had a 'fast track' to this on our Paris Pass so got to queue jump - YAY!! Unfortunately no pictures in here past a certain point. It was originally a railway station built for ...
... if Logan actually looked at the painting or just stood in front of it. Because it was Logan's first trip to the Louvre, we kept it simple and visited your top tier masterpieces: La Gioconda, the Venus de Milo, and a couple of Michelangelo's statues.
On our way to lunch, we stopped and signed our names on the lock bridge (now we are guaranteed to return!). We went for a nice lunch and chilled in the hotel before heading out ...
... decided to stop into this little store run by one gentleman. I bought 2 slices - one cheese and one vegetarian. It really hit the spot as I was hungry. However, I probably should have waited because around the Parthenon there were all these creperies. Oh well I will get them some other time some other place.
Very quiet but beautiful day. Tomorrow I must check out of my hotel and check into my new hotel. At 3pm the Rick Steves tour begins.
... up towards the Champs-Élysées, and then up to the Arc de Triomphe. By this time we were all stuffed! Gav, Isla and Hamish headed home, and left the girls to....shop, shop, shop.
Isla had her daily feed of "Thai" and Gav had a falafel from the famous Rue des Rosiers just around the corner. Hamish had a croissant with Nutella.
The girls made there way back to the apartment later that evening.
... Hélène-Pierre de Montmorency-Laval,mother of politician Sosthènes II de La Rochefoucauld.She was a court lady of Josephine.
Turbaned Ottoman ambassador Halet Efendi in The Coronation of Napoleon (detail).
- Place de la Bastille
- The July Column (French: Colonne de Juillet) is a monumental column in Paris commemorating the Revolution ...