On Day 7, I started the day briefly at the Bastille Marchè, and then took the metro to Moulin Rouge to begin a walk through the Montmartre area, through the art market
to Sacré-Cœur Basilica and Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre. After the walk, seeking to immerse myself in the height of culture, it was off to Galerie Joseph in
the northeastern Maris to see the Bikini Exposition. I learned a lot. From there it was the best meal I had in Paris, at the Breizh Café for a Crepe, Galette, Cider and
beer from Normandy. To end my final day in Paris, I went to the Île Saint-Louis, the smaller of the two natural islands in the Seine River,
and then to the more famous Île de la Cité briefly before returning to the Bastille and my hotel.
Above: Artwork on the front of the Moulin Rouge cabaret club.
Below: Pictures 1 to 3 show the Moulin Rouge and its entrance advertising
Féerie, a show going since 1999! Maybe it's time for a new one.
Pictures 4 and 5 show the Café des Deux Moulins, where the Academy Award nominated film Amélie café scenes were partly filmed.
Pictures 6 and 7 show where Vincent van Gogh and his brother lived in Paris from 1886 to 1888.
Pictures 8 and 9 are views of buildings in the hilly Montmartre area.
Pictures 10 to 12 show café area the beside the art market of Montmartre, including La Bonne Franquette.