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... fewer visitors, so it was a much nicer experience.
It really is a huge place and the pictures will not do it justice. The gardens are immense.
After a 4 hour walk through the palaces and gardens we went for a quick beer and then back on the train. On the street back to the apartment we went into Corcorans Irish Pub. I was going to ...
... younger, Steven was experiencing some deja vu. Whilst I have also been previously and can remember some small parts about our visit (e.g. Hotel Rex - Mum & Leish you guys know what I'm talking about) most of it felt new.
We dodged the men doing magic, selling mini towers and the slower tourists to arrive underneath the massive arched legs of the tower. Looking around we soon located the line for the stairs. ...
... after battling with the key to unlock the deadlock- for a moment there I thought we might be spending our time in Paris locked in there!)
We are staying under five minutes walk from the Barbes-Rochechouart Metro station. We headed there, bought two carnets (2x10 single tickets), and caught the train to Cite station. I thought it would be easy to find Notre Dame on the Ile de la Cite however I still managed to get completely disoriented so ...
... that looks into the courtyard of the apartment complex that we're in. The owners had left us a bottle of red, so I've uncorked it in a huge wine glass and sitting here typing my first blog entry in Paris.
As you can see from the pictures, my head is getting a little sore - I've probably hit it four or five times because I forget to duck. Jamie's been fine - she has lots of clearance. I guess the plan is that we'll head out ...
... pole for stability. I looked on with horror and realized that there was not enough hand sanitizer in the world to cleanse my soul of what had just befallen me. We returned to the Louvre, ready to experience the full force of what she had to offer. We went inside and saw the Mona Lisa and all of the ancient Egyptian artifacts, and realized that it would take a year to experience the full reckoning that came with this vastly large and overwhelmingly magnificent building. ...