Today will sound less productive, but the first stop Musee d’Orsay is quite large.
Once again the early bird gets the worm (which isn’t too early because the Musee d’Orsay doesn’t open until 9:30 AM) and I arrived around 8:35 (my app misinformed me of the opening time of 9:00). Was nearly the first in the queue, easily bought a ticket (including Rodin museum) and started to explore. The most striking painting was Van Gogh’s self portrait. The train station itself was also a masterpiece (the museum was originally a train station).
From there a quick stop at a boulangerie for a bagguette (1€) on the way to the Rodin museum. When I arrived there was no queue and I walked right in. After I visited the temporary exhibition the queue was immense. Some of the sculptures were amazing.
On a side note the Musee d’Orsay ticket is good for a 3€ discount for entrance to the Palais Garnier (Opera House).
After visting the Rodin museum I returned to the St Sulpice church to get a few more photos of the wonderful fountain and then went out for more night photography.