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... from Sydney sitting next to us - older and clearly richer - she had crepe Suzettes so we got to see how they are prepared at the table. We had sandwiches and coffee and got stung on the coffee but it was nice. Headed to the Musee D'Orsay but it was shut (story of my life but this time we can go back tomorrow) and then walked to la Place de la Concorde from which we could just make out l'Arc de Triomphe in the hazy distance. We then took our ...
... class, I can see why there doing it there are thousands of padlocks that are bound to be heavy but it's still very sad. Stephen and I find a few pad locks that have letter combinations so naturally we try and make rude words with them we get along so well it's awesome. After a quick visit to see inside the Notre dame - sadly we were too late to climb the tower we head back to the hostel to meet ...
... t really do it justice). But I only got to see the outside of it because I got to Paris late, but that’s better than nothing. Also I noticed that there are a LOT of Brazilians in Paris because I would hear them speaking Portuguese! Basically, I took a lot of touristic pictures and it was nice to just stroll through this one park and talk. I couldn’t believe I hadn’t seen her in 8 months! Later we went to some bar for drinks ...
Another beautiful blue sky today. So far this week the weather has been mid to low twenties with some slight drizzle in the afternoon and some wind. Quite a cool summer for an Aussie. We ate a lovely French breakfast of crepe, baguette, croissant and omelet with orange juice and hot drink for 11.5 euro. W shared this and bought two extra coffees for 10 euros. The maths really works doesn't it?. We met up with Jaz and caught the tube to go to ...
... residence. Located about 16 kilometres southwest of Paris, it is beside the settlement of Versailles. Before the construction of the palace by Louis XIV, this settlement was little more than a hamlet but by the time of the revolution it had a population of more than 60,000 people, making it one of the largest urban centres in France. Before the revolution, the Versailles complex included the palace, gardens, a walled-in royal hunting ground, a ...