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In the mood for a stinky yet fascinating visit in Paris? The Paris Sewer is the ticket for you! CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS until 2020.In the mood for a stinky yet fascinating visit in Paris? The Paris Sewer is the ticket for you! CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS until 2020.Rodin is the sculptor who brought us the Thinker, the Gates of Hell, the Kiss, the Burghers of Calais and revolutionized his art in every way. A museum dedicated to his work has just re-opened in the 7th arrondissement in Paris and showcases his best and most famous works. In this episode Elyse describes what she saw in her recent visit and why both Elyse and Annie recommend that you go visit it next time you're in Paris. What are some great museums you can see for free in Paris? What will you see when you get there? Which ones are worth it? Let's talk about it! Tucked in the Latin Quarter within the halls of the Sorbonne University, this small museum packs in a lot of history. If you're going to see it (and I think you should!) learn about Madame Curie's life by listening to this episode of the podcast.How about introducing children to the Louvre in the best possible way: by going on a treasure hunt!The Centre Georges Pompidou is startling and that's why we think you should visit it. And do not miss this vibrant Paris neighborhood, it has much to offer!