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Travel Blogs from Paris
... went to see the Louvre which is an art museum. A very famous painting called the Mona Lisa is in there, but we didn't see it because it was closed, and its closed on Tuesdays, so we'll have to come back to go there. The Louvre is shaped like a pyramid. You go through a park to get to the Louvre and there's a pond and we got an ice cream and we saw the fun park from where we were sitting, there was a ride like a windmill that went around 25 ...
... the quiet of the sanctuary. When we left the church we went in different directions: Frank, Debbie, Heather, and Erin going to look for tee shirts; Frank, Joan, Steve, and Jo Ann headed directly back to the hotel and to check out a place for supper.
We ate outside at the Horizon Restaurant across the street from Frank's family's apartment: crepes, steak, roast chicken, a Parisian salad, and a jolly waiter. We adjourned to the Amorino shop near ...
... so it was nice to get a bit more of a breeze than our apartment offered. The parc was very busy as were the brasserie and café along perimeter. It was a beautiful night to stroll (or sit on a bench…. They were all full with people talking, sitting, reading… We fretted slightly upon arriving at the pond as the baby duck was not where we had left it the day before (sitting under it’s mother in the reeds). We did thankfully find it a ...
... an orangerie which is about 150 pots holding all different varieties of orange and other citrus fruit, and the Grand Canal, the end of which is an hour’s walk from the palace. The grounds are so big that they actually contain a mansion (called the Petit Trianon, it’s where Marie Antoinette, Madame de Pompidour and other notable French ladies made their ‘private’ homes) a mini-palace (or possibly a mega-mansion, ...
... entire city of Paris was absolute heaven. We kind of just kept letting out breathless "wow"s and "oh my God"s. Simply amazing. Our legs were shaky and we were a bit tired, but we knew it was time for the Eiffel Tower. It is three miles from where we were, so we toyed with the idea of taking a boat, the Metro, and walking before landing on the genius idea of cabbing it (an experience in itself in Paris!). When we got there, we took a bunch of pictures, then ...
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