Timhotel Place d'Italie-Butte aux Cailles
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... pieces of art to visit and then to take in all that we saw along the way to those sites. We experienced so many other beautiful and amazing pieces of art as we searched for the Venus de Milo and the Mona Lisa. Several full days may still not be enough time to really study and take in all the the Louvre has to offer. After about three hours, we headed bak up into the sunlight and started a long walk along the Seine toward Notre Dame. The streets of Paris near ...
... the craftsman really shine. Instead of building upon known forms from
well-known religious archetypes, demons gave them the opportunity to flex their
imagination. It’s as if there was a competition between workshops to see who
could create the most bizarre, nightmarish forms. Neither Sainte-Chapelle nor
Notre Dame disappoint on this front. They are filled with the monsters of
I was ...
... train journey to Paris, arriving at Gare de Nord. Now for the next 1.5 hrs working out how to buy a ticket (got a 3 day pass €24), which platform and which direction. Fay's carry bag has seen better days so a quick buy of a cabin bag and then the myriad of stairs (no elevators or lifts) as we negotiated our way through 3 stations to get to our hotel, which is approx 500m from station at 1.30pm. Fay walked back along ...
... fast asleep beside me on the lawn. She's having a short 'power nap' so we can go again. Not bad lying here looking up at the Eiffel Tower. Just have to repeat that. Not bad lying here on the lawn looking up at the Eiffel Tower. Magic! Watched the hawkers grab their bundles and run from police on push bikes. I think the police were just playing with them. Wandered around and gazed up a lot. Then left the maddening crowd and caught the metro back to the ...
... lanes, cars and buses going everywhere with no real order to anything ... If you find a gap take it seems to be the only road rule. Our bus driver Laz seemed to know what he was doing though. He also managed to drive us through an archway (I wish I got a photo - this 'archway' is part of the building and we just drive straight through it) into the Louvre (literally right into the middle courtyard of this massive museum) going through the arch there ...