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Trip to the Louvre, Paris

The Louvre is one of the world’s most famous, largest fine arts museum and home to the one of the most impressive art collections in history. It’s also the most visited museum in the world with (before you know what) an impressive 10 million… Continue Reading “Trip to the Louvre, Paris”

Trip to the Louvre, and its gardens

Over the years I’ve spent plenty of time at the Louvre though I’m still not sure I’ve seen everything the museum has to offer. One of my favourite places is however its gardens and I enjoyed a wonderful stroll around here on Monday morning… Continue Reading “Trip to the Louvre, and its gardens”

Postcard from Paris: Part I

I can’t articulate how much I’d been looking forward to this trip because, prior to you know what and the various lockdowns, I generally managed one if not two trips to Paris per annum.  Christophe, our regular chauffeur, whom we’ve not seen since we… Continue Reading “Postcard from Paris: Part I”

Parisian diary

I took the train from Antibes to Paris: just over 5 hours door-to-door and a bargain at Euros 80 for a first-class return. I passed the journey lost in the pages of Sir Chris Hoy’s biography a very readable adjunct to “Heroes, Villains and… Continue Reading “Parisian diary”