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... crowded. The pathways are built for a strolling couple, not thousands of tourists!!). I would hate to see what it’s like in the summer months! But the busloads of Japanese and British tourists didn’t detract from the beauty of the gardens, and I must have taken 200 photos. The gift shop was a bit different than the usual ones we’ve seen – in addition to the usual junk, they had two original Monets on sale (for a mere $1.4 million Euro).
... people beheaded in the square including Louis XIV/Louis XVI/Marie Antionette
- River Seine
> runs from Dijon to the English Channel
>8 meters deep at the deepest point
>30 bridges - Pont Neuf the oldest
>14th century built as a fortress
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... less like food and more like decorations.
At the beginning of our second day, we purchased an unlimited day pass for the Metro. The metro system is actually really cheap and convenient and with our endless list of things to do and only one day to do them, we figured it was our best bet. We took the Metro directly to the Musee de Louvre. The Louvre is the museum that houses the Mona Lisa and is distinct because it is enclosed underneath 3 glass triangles. There is ...
... glass of champagne before we headed out on a mystery tour. Well restaurant was just off Madeleine above Alain Senderens restaurant. Called Bar Le passage. So down a passage, through a side door and up some back stairs and into a pretty cool space. No menu, and every table having something different! Not at all like anything else in Paris. It reminded me of those restaurants in Melbourne down alleyways and could imagine it being a late night hang out, but ...