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... of the Louvre. The pyramid was lit from the inside and the entire Louvre building was floodlit. I get the feeling that no matter how many times you see it, it will still take your breath away each time. I was just as enchanted by it as I was the first time. I was just sad that we didn’t have more time to get off the train and go inside the museum and see all the amazing things inside.
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... canal and came across groups of French school children happily walking home from school. Around the corner and then we found large group of old men noisily playing dominoes. Further down the bank, this must be a set up, a man teaching a young girl how to walk a tightrope on a rope strung low between two trees. We continued our walk and then found a large group of men playing boule. ...
... more rows of simple white marble crosses sprinkled occasionally with a Star of David. It is a deeply moving place. We are on our way back to Paris now. We stopped at a rest area so all of us could pick up food to eat on the way back. We'll get to the office around 9:30 ish. Then the fun of finding our way back to the hotel & discovering if we've been moved begins. It's been a full, fun, educational ...
... at The Louvre were as bad as at Versailles and a good percentage of them have the same manners (again I'm not racist, but the worst were the Chinese/ Korean) I got hip & shouldered quite a few times by people coming in to take a photo and basically if you were in their way too bad, they just went straight though you :( The first museum areas we visited were the antiquities, where we saw many of the statues and items that have been ...
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