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Travel Blogs from Jossigny
After breakfast in the luxembourge gardens we spent the morning at Musee d'orsay. This is an art museum which was converted from an old train station so the building was brilliant. After this we visited notre dame and a couple of other churches. Wandered the town had chocolate, macaroons, and a nice ...
... celebrity Serge Gainsbourg. I fill a second page in the visitor's book (nice to see there how much we enjoyed our first visit seven years ago), and we head downstairs to the waiting taxi and dart through the streets of Paris to Gare de Lyon. Onto the train (first class! because it really wasn't that much more expensive), and soon — as I write these very words in fact — we're speeding through picturesque French countryside on our way to Lyon. ...
... gargoyles sticking out of the building. So much so that we walked the wrong way around the building looking for the entrance. Of course you know you are at the right place by the long line. Forty five minutes later we were walking up stairs and more stairs. It was at this time that we realized we had gotten in the wrong line. We were in the line to climb 422 stairs to the top of the the bell tower. We did what any 50+ year ...
... cars here but I'm told they are mostly owned by the people who live in the Paris suburbs, which must be true because I haven't seen a single gas station since I've arrived. What's interesting as well is that French people here who do own cars have to park underground because there's no open-air parking lots, probably because there is simply no space for them. Paris is very crowded, and it's ridiculously expensive to live here. The apartment ...
... and a retirement home for war veterans, the building's original purpose. There, I visited le Musee de l'Armee, the seven main spaces and departments of which contain collections that span the period from antiquity through the 20th century. While everything I saw was fascinating, in hindsight, ...
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