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Last time I stayed at the Hotel Lutetia, (45 Boulevard Raspail 75006 Paris). It's charming, intimate, the staff helpful and it is centrally located.Best of all it is within walking distance of the Rodin Museum. To be sure you’ll hear discussions on the latest soccer scores, but you will also see games of chess being played, you’ll hear philosophical discussions, you’ll see students reading Voltaire, Zola, Rousseau and probably James Patterson while sipping their brew of choice.As you might have guessed, I happen to like buildings too.The size is astounding, 60,000 square feet, give or take a foot or two, and hosts over 35,000 pieces of art. Take a deep breath and forge ahead, just remember you can't see everything on one day.If your time is limited, decide before going in what you absolutely must see, and start there. The building, altered over the years gives you a glimpse of its complete history, if you take the time to look around you.
Yes, a glass wall allows you to see the backs of the Burghers of Calais. Wonder through the gardens, sit on the bench in front of the Thinker and strike a pose. Some pieces have been left as a work in progress, ready for the master to return and finish.
But it wasn’t till I was introduced to Rodin’s work that I saw passion portrayed with such force, agony with such poignancy, hope and survival with such strength; each sinew, rope, muscle so well defined. The gardens are magnificent and the sculptures peek at you from unexpected places. Select a few pieces and start there, otherwise you’ll be overwhelmed.