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... crafts'. One of the neatest things was a 'river' of words (I think in all different languages) that projects on the meandering walkway into the exhibit. Everything was organized by country, it was amusing to see the Mexican Day of the Dead skeletons and other stuff that you kinda take for granted here in San Diego.
I thought I took pics, but now I can't find them, so I uploaded some from the web.
... the almond meal crusting they 'paint’ on the top which made it quite heavy and more like a cake slice than a croissant. It was really delicious, but I think I still far prefer the lighter versions that maintain the flaky texture of the croissant – What a dilemma to be facing.
We then (slowly) got ready and got our provisions together for our picnic at Bois de Boulogne. Finally headed out the door a bit after 11, with a stop at the local ...
... 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 ...
... sweat, I couldn't win. Nobody likes a wet patch unless it is a reminder of sex had not long ago, this was just a **** wet patch and judging from the squelching noises in the room everyone else was suffering similar problems.
Finally morning rolls around, waking up feeling somewhere between dehydrated and dead I down approximately twelve litres of water at breakfast, then wake up the others for the Louvre, because it was unable to do so alone (dad joke). It was massive! ...
... penguins and was a blast until my toes became numb.
Next, we wanted to find the I amsterdam sign. A Dutchman told us it was in Volder Park, so we took the tram there. The park had HUNDREDS of people just hanging out. Why wasn't anyone at work?! We finally found a man who knew where the sign was, which happened to be somewhere else. We made it. People were swarming it, so we did too. We even climbed on the letters - I picked A for Ali, obvs ;) By then, we were exhausted. ...