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... to deal with the police. The sheer invasion of privacy, knowing some random had my personal photos and emails was a very uncomfortable feeling.
My travel insurance, CoverMore, have advised (with a this email is to cover our ***** and not help you at all email) that they don't cover mobile phones. Thanks flight centre for pointing that out when you sold them to me as the best option. Clearly ...
... of the Louvre. The pyramid was lit from the inside and the entire Louvre building was floodlit. I get the feeling that no matter how many times you see it, it will still take your breath away each time. I was just as enchanted by it as I was the first time. I was just sad that we didn’t have more time to get off the train and go inside the museum and see all the amazing things inside.
By the time we crossed into Ile de la Cite, we were ready to get off the ...
... area overlooking the view around the church. I didn't love the actual inside of the church because it was very touristy. There was a gift show inside and you have to walk around it in a circle (kind of like being herded around) to see it. It was very beautiful though. We sat on the grass for quite a while before deciding it was probably time to head back to the hotel. We got back to the hotel and got ready to go to the Lock Bridge and Notre Dame. We wanted to see Notre ...
My mum went on a food tour today. This left my dad, brothers and I to explore on our own, so we walked quickly but carefully to the Invalides. We walked along Rue Rivoli through the Jardin Tuileries and Place de la Concorde a very large square in Paris. There are lots of statues and fountains. During the french revolution many people were guillotined ( had their heads chopped off) including King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette at the Place de la Concorde. The ...
... the river, we passed the Centre Pompidou, which looked more out of place than a black sheep in a paddock full of white ones. Built in the 70s, it has this inside-out facade that looked so ridiculously out of place in this area of the city. But I guess they're being a bit progressive, and they hated the Eiffel Tower when it was first built, thinking it looked ugly, but they obviously kept that, so who knows; maybe give this thing another 100 years and it'll be revered as ...