Musee D’Orsay

When a museum is housed in a building this pretty it’s easy to get distracted. The D’Orsay is housed in an old railway station. The building is beautiful. I realized we didn’t take a picture of the outside from across the river. Shame on us.

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It’s gets even better on the inside.

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My favorite view in Paris with a view of Sacre-Coeur. This clock is really something.

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I wish they had train stations like this in New York.

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Details in the structure.

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Our favorite piece.

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Views.

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We ate in this restaurant to sit in the dining room. The food wasn’t that great but we never expect it to be in a museum. Magali was like, “Why did you eat there? You never eat in a museum.” We needed to rest our feet and enjoy this room.

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