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... the boat away – She was looking for a funniest home video moment, but had only seconds before stopped filming on the Gopro. I managed to used my other leg to drag the boat back in and averted another moment of indignity.
Safely secure on shore we set up under a tree and proceeded to unpack all the goodies. What a lovely spot. It was about as perfect a picnic spot as you could hope to find, except perhaps for the noise of the amusement park that ...
... and by golly Pete we were going to do this. We navigated our way to the Tower via metro and got in the long line and sent two people out on a reconnaissance mission. (We were told the longest line would go to the top.) Luckily we had a great French speaker with us from another group. As we waited for them to come back the leader from yet another group found us and told us that both lines went to the top. Our reconnaissance team came back with the same info ...
Decided to spend today at the Musee de Louvre. Even if one had weeks it is would not be possible to see everything. Although it is still not yet high season, there were lots of people everywhere. This may also be because of the rail strike making it impossible to travel out of the city.
Jim and I went first to see the 'Mona Lisa' and although I knew it was small I was still ...
... nice to look at.
One thing we have noticed though, all the older tall
buildings in Paris taper slightly. This is based on an ancient Greek
principal. When Greeks built their temples, they always built the columns
sloping in slightly. This creates an impression of grace, space and light and uplifts
the individual. If walls are built straight up, the eye tends to see them as
... out the patisserie and biscuits shops. Galette Nutella, which I photographed last trip, deserved to be sampled this time! Only 2.50 and it is huge! We stop for a coffee with Colleen and Neil and then have to rush to catch the little train back. Our last night on board, we have to pack and organise things. After another lovely dinner, where we managed to snag the table for eight, a quiet cuppa in the back lounge then off to ...