Admittedly, I don’t have a full appreciation for classical art.
But the Grand Louvre is worth a visit for the architecture alone.
The amalgamation of modern design with a 12th century Palais is an inspiring sight to behold.
Then, there are the numerous fun photo opportunities to show mom back home.
La Musée du Louvre is a maze of art and artifacts that winds and stretches for miles. After a tiring day of jostling through flocks of tourists and straining my neck to see what others were staring at, I was ready for a break.
My suggestion? Cross over the Seine River to the Left Bank, away from the hustle and bustle, and settle at one of the many cafés that dot the path.
Here, I sipped, nibbled, and watched Paris melt into the sunset.
The craft of meat curing and cheese making.
This is art that touches my heart.
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