June 1, 2020 · 10:23 pm
June is here and we continue to ask our clients and friends to share their travel photos so that we could post them and remind ourselves of the joy which travel brings AND of which it will bring again, when conditions allow.
Paris is the start and/or ending city for the Seine River cruises to Normandy; these Paris photos are from Don M.:
Musee d’Orsay, former train station converted into art museum
inside Musee d’Orsay
Place de la Concorde
Alexandre III bridge, with Eiffel Tower to the left
Eiffel Tower, but then you knew that!
Saint-Jacques Tower, great views from the top, but tours given only in French
a view from the top of Saint-Jacques Tower
Plaza Joachim du Bellay
Château of Vincennes, a bit off the beaten path, but worth it
Tuileries Gardens, at the end of the day
Place des Vosges
Cathédrale Notre-Dame, before the tragedy
Carrousel Arc de Triomphe with the Louvre in the background
L’église de la Madeleine
Marie De Medicis Fountain at Luxembourg Gardens
Hôtel de Ville (City Hall)
The tomb of Napoleon
Arc de Triomphe, of course
La Fontaine Saint Michel
Place Saint-Sulpice fountain
stained glass interior of Sainte-Chapelle
Cluny Museum – National Museum of the Middle Ages
Grande Arche de la Defense
60 foot Monets inside Musée de l’Orangerie
Palais Garnier, the Opera
It’s not too late to send your photos, if you have not done so already; we’d love to add
them to our upcoming posts! If so, please email to info@CruiseEscapes.com and include
the location where each photo was taken.
More will follow soon; watch for our next post !