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... large crowd of onlookers taking photos. After spiraling 9 story's down, I became quite dizzy. Getting up and trying to walk was funny since I was stumbling. We all were laughing. Oh what fun times. I made my way to the End of Champ Élysées and headed to the Arc de Triomphe. The line was very long to get tickets. Luckily my paris museum pass saved me time again. This pass is worth every penny!! I skip the lines, and make my way up the structure. It was ...
... in search for the toilette. I have to talk about the toilets, they are disgusting. It was unisex and it seems to be the norm to pee everywhere but in the bowl. Nor is their any handwash!
We managed to find our way back to the apartment in the dark and settled down. Doug was quite disappointed that of the 300 odd channels on TV, the only English ones are news channels. He hasn't quite grasped the fact that we're in a non English speaking country yet!
... have been a dead giveaway.
The Louvre was just as stunning in real life as I had expected. From the enormous glass pyramid in the middle of the courtyard, which serves as the entrance to the museum underneath, the line of people who already had tickets stretched around the pyramid and up to the passageway that leads to the central courtyard. There was a sign at the end of the line, saying that the current wait to get in was an hour. I decided that when I ...
... Ok, I probably shouldn't have stood on the bench but all he had to do was come up and say nicely that it wasn't allowed or something. He didn't need to make such a scene about it! That put a bit of a dampener on it for me.
Eli and I had split up from Michael and Kyria so just the two of us were wandering around together. We had a look at Hammurabi's Code which is a pillar of black stone on which is inscribed the Babylonian Law and predates that ...
... to be made to ensure the correct tea was delivered. I actually got to see Karen drinking black tea. Flavoured tea seems to be big over there too especially weird fruit flavoured teas. Anyway, small apples in the scheme of things. So to sum up our food and wine...we had new experiences, some good and some not so but the highlights were worth the wait. We fly back tomorrow to meat and three veg :-) Oh, I did eventually try some cod in France and enjoyed it. See you all ...