The metro is a great way to get around in Paris, and once you get an idea of the way it works, it is really very easy. The yellow line 1 stops at many of the major tourist attractions, Champs Elysees, Concorde, Notre Dame, The Louvre, The Tuileries. We have had a great time hoping on and off just to see what is above the station. This time we left the Metro at Varenne Station to visit Musee Rodin - time to wander the gardens and museum.
I get goosebumps standing in front of a painting where a master painter once stood... I wonder what they were thinking, what was going on in their lives at that time. I notice the tiny little brush strokes here and how Vincent outlined in yellow and blue. I noticed the under painting where he had gone over something, and the thick splodges of texture almost careless or was that care-free in painting technique?