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... time and in a heartbeat would do it again. We never got lost. We mastered the Métro system having travelled on all but three of the fourteen Métro lines, and we almost always knew what we were eating. There are not too many cities in this world that could sustain a traveller for a solid month but Paris is certainly one of them. We made four day trips outside the city and from our research, could have made many more. The ones we ...
... track. See, this side was going right and I actually wanted to go left, despite what you may have gathered from the blog title. (Don't worry about me, Emily. I'm fine.) So on the train to the Louvre. Not that hard. Arrived at the Metro station in the Rue de Rivoli. The 'secret' entrance to the Louvre. Wandered the shops in the Carousel de la Louvre. Bought a ticket at a machine for entrance and a head set, and I was off. Not looking for anything in ...
... into another building that housed relief models of major French forts. The room was darkened, so I don't have any pictures, but the detail of the models was quiet phenomenal. Evan went around and planned how he would attack each fort. By this time we had had enough and so we left the Hotel and walked over to Le Bon Marche. It started to rain along the way and we were a bit soggy by the time we got to the French department store. We spent a bit ...
... of tourists paying ridiculously high prices to say they had been there. All around that area is now shabby-chic and is full of very high end shopping like Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Hermes. Poor artists and intellectuals would feel as out of place today as I did. It was an interesting day.
On Tuesday it was a full day for me at the Musee D'Orsay in the morning, and a return to the Rodin Museum in the afternoon. Unfortunately no cameras are allowed ...
... was the supposed purpose for attendance, you would never have known it while dining at the restaurant on site. Outdoor seating meant cigarettes and rose' on ice, no matter if the sun was hidden behind the typically Parisian overcast. The food was elegant and expensive, even though we avoided the overpriced Prix Fixe menu. On the way to our stadium seats, we dodged fearless foreign children, as they kicked soccer ...