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  1. Terry
    August 7, 2022 @ 11:26 am

    So many memories going through your photos! The best memory was the time we met at noon under the Inverted Pyramid! Then Cafe Marly’s to begin our day together!! Special place indeed!! Thanks!

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  2. Cindi
    August 7, 2022 @ 11:55 am

    Thank you for those lovely photos, it brings back wonderful memories both of the Louvre and Cafe Marley! Such opulence, elegance that it’s hard to imagine people living there.

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  3. Judy Gattis
    August 7, 2022 @ 1:00 pm

    Tres magnifique!!! You help us feel as if we’re there with you. Charles preaches at Lake Guntersville this morning. Wish you could be there. Hoping for cool lake breezes!

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  4. Ann Rivard
    August 7, 2022 @ 1:51 pm

    Lovely! Thank you, Linda.

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  5. Peggy B
    August 7, 2022 @ 3:04 pm

    We haven’t summoned the courage to face the Louvre again in several years. Guess we should try it someday. Thanks for the beautiful photos of the ceilings and the floors! Like you, I love those architectural jewels. Can’t wrap my head around people living in the Louvre!

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  6. Susan Anderson
    August 7, 2022 @ 3:26 pm

    Ahhh, what a delightful reprisal of the unique Le Louvre! Yes, the only way to “see” one of the world’s largest art museums, or even a small one with limited time, is to focus on select works. . .and enjoy all the others along the path. It took me a looong time to learn this, not to stop and read each label of each work. Having last visited Le Louvre in the early ‘80s, I realize it is past time to return. As always, each of your posts draws your fortunate readers to stellar Parie.

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  7. Lynne Berry Vallely
    August 7, 2022 @ 4:07 pm

    Completely and totally envious. I remember one time Jan and I were there. I was determined to see the Rembrandts after going all over for several hours. She literally had to push me up the steps because I was so tired. It can be really tough, all that standing and looking on those hard but beautiful floors. Thank you! Love the Winged Victory! If you go again, search out La Tour. The use of candlelight. Thank you so much for these! Miss you and love you!

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    • lspalla
      August 7, 2022 @ 5:48 pm

      Merci, Lynne. I’ve got you an assortment of postcards!

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  8. Mary Morton
    August 7, 2022 @ 4:47 pm

    What wonderful pictures of the Louvre. Brings back memories and wishes to return.

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