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... by with French and let them change the language when they take pity on you, but appreciate you for trying. I also discovered that simply by observing and paying attention, I was able to pick up on a fair bit of French. So that was awesome. So yeah - you should go to Paris for a couple of days and see the sights. They're worth it. And you'll eat French pastries that are so good your brain melts (I'm talking to you, eclair), and you might ...
... is Hungarian royalty?? Just got back to our room to freshen up and found four swans right outside our window, just in case France wasn't beautiful enough... Returned to boat and set sail. Enjoyed another delicious lunch and went to the top deck to practice our putting or as they say, "puting" and before we knew it, we were already in Macon, which is (I know this is going to be a real shocker) another picturesque little French town. We decided to take the bicycle trip along the river ...
... visted museum i nthe world
> I. M. Pei added the pyramids
>Catherine de Medici created the garden across from the Louvre to remind her of Florence; laid in 1564
- Notre Dame
>gothic catholic cathedral
> church of our lady
> 387 steps to ...
... The tour ends and like I thought prior to the tour, we were the winners. We had many a laugh about King Louis inventing snapchat and filming Nancy apply sunscreen. We are starving now so we tip and head off for lunch. Norway goes the other direction towards the Eiffel tower, what a shame.
The next day we are up early to head to the Catacombs which is a decent train commute away and has lines longer than Benny would even consider. We arrive later than we'd hoped and the line ...
... outdoor cafe. This was the true Parisian afternoon. We each bad a coffee and watched the people go by. Then we continued to the Pantheon. Originally built as a church it was eventually turned into an important building of State and has hosted many important funerals and events for politicians and dignitaries. It's probably most famous for having Voltaire, Rousseau, and Marie Curie buried beneath in it's crypts. We went down far under the pantheon and toured ...