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... the Mona Lisa again, so we headed that way.
I had a strange wasteful feeling running past hundreds of master pieces. Sculptures, paintings, statues, portraits... I only had time to notice a few. Wingged Victory, Leonardo, and Michalengalo... We can look later. We turned the corner and there she was, the most famous painting in the world. By now, a few other more enthusiastic people had made it to her as well. We took selfies ...
... the Eiffel Tower.
And then we realise the time and look at the lines and think that perhaps there will be no time to get a ticket and then catch a lift up the Tower. Connor was ****** to say the least. Still all was not lost. We had about 45 minutes. The shortest line was that for people to walk up the stairs to the first level.
So that is what we did - Connor and I. lined up, went through two lots of security screening, bought ...
... and England. Oh BTW, you'll run into a lot of people from Australia in Paris
... and fresh, just like market food should. When we were done the guide got us to all come together so she could tell us more stories about Frances history. In was actually really interesting and I learnt quite a lot. Once she had finished telling her story we got on our bikes again and rode back to where we had picked them up from. We got off the bikes and walked to the front of the Chateau as we were about to go inside. ...
... months away. On Wednesday evening we went out to find a cafe for tea when we walked past a renovated building. It had an Australian flavour to it. The owner heard us talking and saw us looking in and he came out to ask if we were Australian. He was over the moon to discover we were and invited us in to have a look and give our opinion.
It's been done out in earthy colours - not green and gold thankfully! - and is very ...