Les Toits De Paris
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Our morning started off with a heart racing wake up call! We woke up at 10:30 realizing we had to be checked out of the hostel by 10! Let's just say 5 people trying to pack their backpacks in a very small room was not the ideal way to wake up! I turned in our keys and we didn't have to pay extra fees! After we got ready, we strolled with our backpacks to eat one last meal in London before we headed to Paris! We ate at Oniells, where we all had a delicious meal. ...
... and lots of yummy food choices. Rob and I enjoyed some German sausages while Liam tucked into a chocolate and cream waffle.
Finally dragging ourselves away from the markets we made it to the Louvre. A fascinating place which Liam found a little boring.....and couldn't really understand all the fuss! I did imagine the Mona Lisa painting a little bigger than it was in real life. Liam also wondered why many of the sculptures were naked, I didn't really ...
... for a walk around the markets near the Church. Lots of artists doing paintings on their easels or painting portraits and there was even one artist doing the old fashioned silhouette cut-out in black paper.
Unfortunately 'Lovelocks' have made their way to the chain wire fence outside Sacre Couer.
This time we walked down the steps instead of taking the funicular and found ...
... Time to say Au revoir to Das so we have some lunch and catch the Metro which resulted in us catching the wrong one so quickly off at the next station up more stairs over to the correct platform heading us back in the right direction to our Hotel (ok I have never claimed to be good at reading maps). No time to rest just yet as we have to see Notre Dame Cathedral so a quick dash through numerous lane ways and we see the most ...
... Eiffel tower to enjoy the light show it puts on each hour in the evenings. The show, which basically is a bunch of lights on the tower making the entire tower "sparkle." It's really something to see and I know the photos will not do it justice. In addition to the light show, we spent some time taking photos and talking to various groups of people as we strolled around. The place was quite crowded, as you might expect on a summer weekend in Paris.
And so ended our ...