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11/10 - 16/10 Written by Dave Highlights - seeing the Mona Lisa and other paintings at the Louvre - catching up with friends Dave, Felicity, Ben, Belinda, Nikita and Bertrand - going up the Eiffel Tower It is known as the city of love but it seems we have been unlucky in love. We have spent the last five nights in Paris and although it has been good, it hasn't been great. Neither Tess nor I can see what the big deal is about Paris. Maybe after 8 months ...
... that was meticulously maintained. I enjoyed just walking around and smelling the incredible flowers that were just everywhere and all were blooming. We then headed over the road to the actual water lilies and it was at this point that I realised that what I had seen this morning, was actually in front of me. I had no idea that Giverny’s gardens where actually Monet’s and that the water lilies that had blown me away this morning where now in front of me. It was ...
... and the macaroons weren't too shabby at all. Even Dani could eat the chocolate.
That evening saw the arrival of Laura, and it was back to our favourite local bar for happy hour and more. The fantastic waiter there was half of the reason to go back - your typical Parisien man.
The next day was our designated by sightseeing day, with sights such as the Louvre and ascending the Eiffel Tower. Going up the tower never disappoints, and you'd be crazy to ...
... went to La Conciergerie, a former prison and final destination before the guillotine. The architecture in this place was genuinely awesome. This is where poor Marie Antoinette paid the ultimate price for the extravagant lifestyle of the French aristocracy.
We also walked around the Palais de Justice, a huge building with a massive police presence. We ...
... streets, along with the crazy car and motor bike drivers. But that was actually fine. What we didn’t realize was that it was all uphill to get to the Arc de Triumphe. Mom wasn’t sure she would make it for a while, but we all did.
Then we decided to just ride down the Champs Elysees. This street is famous in the Tour de France, which always ends with six laps or so up and down this street. And we are all pretty big fans of the Tour. So ...
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