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... It was down pouring during most of the tour, so our tour guide cut it short due to the heavy rain. I really think we would have loved the tour if it weren’t for the downpour. We were prepared with our rain jackets but it didn’t stop my shoes from becoming completely soaked and destroyed. We did get to see a few of Paris’s main attractions. Our first stop was Notre Dame of Paris which is a cathedral. It is ...
... off point for their European holiday that we met up with and headed to a local joint called Cafe de Musees. We had a large group so they set us up downstairs were we drank our first French beers, 1664. They would not be our last. Tan and I split a steak with berenaise sause and the four of us split from the big group in favor of the the Picasso Museum.
The museum was a short walk away and is free on Sunday's. This bummed us out ...
... could convince Louise to use her wheelchair - but she fancies a walk this morning. We shall see how long that lasts!
And then we are there. You fight with the traffic that heads through the arches on both sides of the Louvre and you see the glass pyramids and know you have arrived. Now how you get in is another story. We walk about a bit, ask a few people about wheelchair access, avoid the long lines and finally find a wheelchair symbol and we ...
... and I guess you get stuck!
The day was a great day with the temperature predicted to be 61 degrees and I think it was pretty close. We did not need our jackets when walking around Versailles, which was a welcome change from the cold weather at home! Since the day was so nice, we decided we should do our evening boat tour. I had pre-booked tickets with Vedettes du Pont-Neuf. The tickets were good for a year from the date of booking and for ...
Your blogger has arrived in PARIS! Apologies for falling behind on Vienna entries which will be added to later. Yesterday's travel day was exhausting. It turns out that AirBerlin, '70's Formula One legend Niki Lauda's airline (he was horribly burned in a race crash but eventually retired to become a successful businessman), may be a cheap but a crazed way to fly.
Here's a shot of Paris' Mongolian Wrestler in the Pantheon's Plaza near my hotel.