27 Mar When Markets Trump Museums in Paris – Le Marche Couvert Passy
Please enjoy this guest post from frequent contributor Margo Waite:
When I’m in Paris, markets sometimes trump museums, and so it was when we went to the Musee Marmottan in the 16th. Certainly we enjoyed seeing Monet’s personal art collection, the impressionist paintings, medieval illuminated manuscripts, and the 19th century building (formerly a personal residence) which houses these treasures.
Margo is a popular guest blogger for Weekend In Paris. Besides being a knowledgable Francophile, she is an Independent Publishing Professional based out of Newport, Rhode Island. She is an avid traveler, foodie and lover of all things French.