|My hotel, located in the Latin Quarter on the left Bank|
I did find the underground system a bit more complex and the Musee d'Orsay was one that I had not experienced in all its glory. And, one of my favorite buildings from which to view the entire city, Samaritaine (a dept store) had closed down and was boarded up, as of about 5 years ago. But, other that that, Paris is...well, Paris in all its splendor.
I spent my 3 days just walking, stopping in at Notre Dame, St, Chapelle, Musee d'Orsay, Sacre Coeur. And, of course, just sitting at cafes enjoying a cafe au lait (in the morning) or a citron presse (a very sour lemonade, in the afternoon). And, Paris at night is not to be missed
|Sacre Coeur, as seen from Musee d'Orsay|