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... museum unless you want to spend a week or more touring the 14+ acres of exhibit space. On top of that, with 9.7 million visitors coming to the museum annually, it is crowded.
Our objective at the Louvre was to pick a few spots, fight our way through the crowds, look at what we wanted and get out of there. I don't like crowds. A comparative shot of the Statue of Venus de ...
... the mic. The mood was a mix of gratitude and acceptance, everyone clapping in support of the ones who had the courage to stand in front of the group. For over an hour, time stood still as lost ourselves in the moment, feeling wonder and joy at the power of music and place to unite such a diverse crowd.
This is what it means to travel; this is why it is important to do something during your trip other than moving from one scheduled activity or tour to another. When in ...
... the way. Along the way we ran into Lynda's friends from Mornington who were on a cycle tour too, with the same company but different group! Part of the trip included a boat down the river and around the islands, perfectly timed to see the tower light up and sparkle! What a sight that was! We dominated some space at the top back corner of the boat, opened the wine & snapped pics constantly. There was lots of revelry around Paris as the French had won the soccer ...
... on/off the train. Great to talk to a 28 year old woman that is fascinated with what went on in this part of the world 70 years ago. Next we met a 90 something year old Scot who had been part of the invasion in Ouisterham on DDay. Also a picture below.
The train to Paris was uneventful and the taxi stand was more or less where we expected it. Our flat is small, but serviceable. We are on the 4th floor and can either take ...
... rude and unhelpful are completely untrue. I'm glad I didn't read any stupid blogs before we left about do's and don'ts that self proclaimed experts write, and decided to instead form my own opinion based on my experiences. In some respects I feel like my Theory Of Different Places has been proven true. (I'll expound upon this theory in a different post, it warrants some thought and explanation).
The Champs Elysee was beautiful but crowded and the Place de ...