La Lombarde Bed & Breakfast
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... that's ok since we have a big day ahead and wanted to wring every drop of fun and sunshine out of the day.
We were dropped off at the front gates (thank you Louise and Helen) at about 8.30am. We walked up to the front gates and through a security bag check. We had checked the opening times and were prepared for a 9am - 7pm day. Hmm. Well there was the first change. The gates were opened from 8.30am for those who are staying at the Disneyland Hotel or ...
... we were up early to get to church! We went to mass at the Notre Dame and understood only a fraction of what was being said but it was the first time I've ever sat through mass in French. We tried to follow the printed missal for the service and I got really excited when I saw the Pater Noster in Latin but they said it in French so Rob and I just said it in English. The Notre Dame was beautiful and my mom told us to look for a star on the ground outside the Cathedral ...
... br> And you know the teenage mutant ninja turtles all of them are famous artists.
There were some other very interesting paintings and sculptures. We saw lots of famous paintings and sculptures and a mummy.
When we got out of the museum we went to the Notre Dame. It was just another boring church.
On Christmas eve we went and climbed the Eiffel tower.
There are three ...
... for the day were the cute, tiny Chameleons and the huge-normous Jaguar.
Seeing we were all done with the zoo by 2pm we decided to activate the plans for 'tomorrow’ and try and see some major Paris sights. We’d already eaten lunch so we skipped the Bastille markets (knowing that we’d just end up eating till we made ourselves sick) and popped into the Notre Dame Cathedral, ...
... 233;e, just as we did 4 years ago. Not everything but some things just have to be done more than once in Paris. We then took a quick turn around Notre Dame cathedral to see what's changed/updated as it was mid restorations 4 years ago. Turns out, they've added glass confessional booths. We bought a candle for home then back on the bus heading to Montmartre. We went to the very atmospheric Montmartre cemetery, where there are hundreds of famous (and some not so famous) peoples graves ...