Hotel La Villa des Ternes
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... palace, originally a fortress built by Phillip II and occupied as a royal residence, becoming a museum on 10th August 1793, after the French Revolution.
The students were given a 2 hour tour by Martina, which included many of the major attractions of the Louvre, the Venus de Milo, the Luxor Sphinx, the fortress and former Parisian wall, the Mona Lisa, Psyche revived by Cupid's kiss, Nike of Samothrace, The Coronation of Napoleon, Liberty Leading the ...
I walked down past the Lycée Henri Quatre and the ancient church of St.-étienne-du-Mont
and the windswept Place du Panthéon and cut in for shelter to the right and finally came out on the lee side ...
... of it survives. The site has been excavated
and they have models and a very clever digitised reconstruction of how it would
have looked. It was a fascinating visit. Later in the day, we went
for a walk around Macon which has its share of narrow, medieval streets and
magnificent old buildings – including the 13th century Old St Vincent Church,
the relatively modern (19th century) Church of St Pierre and ...
... up on paying 50 cents and waiting for the toilets we headed back to the canal hostel. That night I headed out by myself to see the Canadians we saw at Versailles. They were staying near the Moulin Rogue in Blanche. It was a quaint area, filled with cafés, bars and food shops. After meeting up with the three of them we headed to a small pub on a corner near their hotel and grabbed some delicious beers!! The best beer I have had so far in ...