In the morning we went on a bus tour of Paris viewing lots of palaces and other grand buildings - Paris has no shortage of grand buildings. We had a photo stop at one building which was built as a hospital and which is now part hospital and part army museum.
In the afternoon we visited Le Louvre.
Escaping from Le Louvre we queued for entry at the Musee de l'Orangerie where we viewed eight panels of Monet's Nymphéas or water lilies in two round viewing spaces. The paintings are quite dramatic especially when viewed from a distance in order to appreciate the depth portrayed in the paintings. We then had a look at other paintings in the collection mainly by other impressionist artists plus some post-impressionist works. All in all this was a much more rewarding gallery experience.
When walking through the gardens outside the Musee de l'Orangerie you come across sculptures by artists such as Henry Moore and Auguste Rodin.
In the evening we attended the dinner show at Le Moulin Rouge . What an evening! The show was fantastic. Fast moving, bright, colourful entertainment. As well as the dancing there was an excellent juggling act, an acrobatic duo and a magician / comedian. Non stop reformances. When we left people were queued up for the second performance of the evening.