A trip from September 17, 2007 to October 03, 2007, travelling to Paris, Versailles
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Create a how to, must do, and desire to list. Start with the sights, divide into areas, decide approximate times needed for each, hopefully schedule realistic dates and times. Remember to include every food and drink venue per scheduled area. Define musts and separate from desires. Leave time for meandering which includes getting lost before finding the treasure.
Distinguished architect I. M. Pei has constructed this 450-seat, oak paneled auditorium. It fuses state-of-the-art …
Thing to Do
99 Rue de Rivoli Paris, 75001 France +33 1 40 20 51 51
Wed Sep 19 6:00pm - Wed Sep 19 10:00pm
Wed. go to the Louvre after 6pm. It's cheaper and you avoid the crowds. Also grab lunch at Angélina 226, rue de Rivoli. Do not miss the white hot chocolate and their house African hot chocolate it is a must!!
Climbing the 387 steps to the top of this masterpiece is well worth the effort for the spectacular view. Construction …
Thing to Do
6, Place du Parvis Notre--Dame -- Place Jean--Paul II Paris, 75004 France +33 1 4234 5610
Fri Sep 21 12:00am
visit interior, see Rose Window, Statue of Joan of Arc, Organ in back; view from back to see the Flying Buttresses Climb the tower of Notre Dame for a close-up look at the Gargoyles and a fantastic view River Seine. Walk down the main street on Ile St Louis, the island behind Notre Dame, to look at shops and doors; eat Bertillon ice cream. Cross Pont and walk along sidewalk to see the Bouquinistes (Booksellers) where books are sold from covered containers. Cross into the Latin Quarter, walk up the fascinating narrow streets. Shakespeare and Company, the famous bookstore is worth a stop; collectible books are found in the annex to the left. Enter the church of St Julien de Pauvre and contrast the simplicity there to Notre Dame’s grandness. Visit nearby St Severin Church and go to the nave to see the “palm tree ceiling”. Look at St Michel fountain.