Trip Itineraries

Paris 2005

Guided by Mrs. Corinne Madelmont, a native to France.


  • Gallery of Evolution, where an Indian Rhinoceros given to Louis 15 in 1770 is exhibited.
  • Place de la Bastille
  • Pere-Lachaise Cemetery (Jim Morrison, Moliere, La Fontaine, Edith Piaf, Oscar Wilde, Sarah Bernhardt, Yves Montand, Alexandre Dumas, Rothschild.)
  • Jardins des Tuileries
  • Place de la Concorde
  • Les Champs-Elysee
  • Arc de Triomphe
  • Jardins du Trocadero
  • Cruise on the Seine
  • La Tour Eiffel (Eiffel Tower)
  • Le Bourget Museum
  • La Place des Vosges
  • Maison de Victor Hugo, famous writer of Le Miserables
  • The Louvre Museum
  • Le Pont Neuf, longest and oldest bridge of Paris
  • La Sainte-Chapelle
  • La Conciergerie, prison of Marie Antoinette
  • Notre Dame Cathedral
  • Ile Saint Louis
  • Rue de Rosiers
  • Centre Pompidou, cultural center and modern art museum.
  • Chateau Fontainbleu (Napoleon’s bed, Marie Antoinette’s boudoir, Napoleon Museum, Gardens)
  • Montmarte, village of poets and artists painters such as Picasso, Toulouse-Latrec, Renoir, etc. Actors of the Moulin Rouge
  • Quartier Latin
  • The Luxembourg Garden
  • Chateau de Versailles (famous Hall of Mirrors)

Our group on the Butte Montmartre.

Jenna and Alec at the Bourget Museum, where they learned about early aviation.


Sophie, excited to have a real French crepe at the Quartier Latin. With Nutella of course.


At the Bourget, in a Middle Eastern Restaurant.


This is in front of the Chateau de Fountainbleau, where we saw many important French historical items, such as Napoleon's bed, Marie Antoinette's Boudoir and gardens.


Corinne Madelmont and Pierrette in front of the Arc de Triomphe, while walking Les Champs-Elysees.


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