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... the Eiffel Tower gets a makeover every year, they use 60 tons of paint. There must have been 100,000 people at Christmas market on Champs Élysées. Elbow to elbow walking. I would highly recommend the Christmas Light Tour. We walked until 11 pm when we decided to go back to hotel. A lot of people on streets at that time. It reminded me of Vegas. I forgot to tell you temps are in mid 40s in Paris and sun is shining. Got colder in evening but still beautiful ...
Passport success! We are coming home and the guys in the embassy produced a passport in less than a couple of hours. The delivery standard for turn around time is 48 hours. I knew they were trying for me so i waited until the lunch time when the office was closing before i asked how it was going as i didn't want to put the lady in a tight spot with other customers around hearing that i was requesting a passport in a couple ...
... of the Seine to gather our breath, before we crossed over the river and headed towards the Arc de Triomphe - the amazing sights just kept coming. We stopped once more en route for another drink (code for free wifi) to catch up on the world (see if Geelong won), then continued on. The Arc de Triomphe is massive, and like pretty much all of Paris (no, not you Centre Pompidou), absolutely beautiful. But the traffic going around it is absolutely insane, I don't know how they ...
... We've had a good day (if a somewhat slow start, waking at 845!!!). After a quick look around the organic street market (heaven), we headed to Musee D'orsay, which Brendon and I last visited in 1997 (Anne, I'm so sorry that we didn't bring you here). It's funny how your tastes change - I really enjoyed different artists' work this time. We played lots of guessing games with the kids to keep them amused (find the picture of the snow / house / man with beard / bare bum) and ...
... and drawing portraits and caricatures. There were a few more interesting sketches but nothing I felt I needed to take home. Lots of tourist shops and lots of very expensive cafes. 10 Euro ($14.50) would buy a Croque Monsieur (ham and cheese toasted sandwich). Not the place to eat really.
Wednesday I headed into the city on the Metro. Buskers tend to get on the train at one stop, entertain and make some money, then look for a new audience on the next train that comes ...