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... was removed. The Louvre is the Museum that contains the world famous Mona Lisa, and the padlock bridge is one where all along the mesh fencing, people claimed there eternal love for one another, by padlocking a usually engraved padlock onto it. The mesh was recently removed along with all the padlocks, because it was causing problems with a potential bridge collapse scare with all the padlocks. They are still all ...
... red and orange seats were my favourites.
2. There is a rabbit mascot for the Metro advising you not to get your fingers caught in the doors.
3. They do like chocolate as much as me. I can happily live on Pain au chocolat and nutella and banana crepes.
4. Football (soccer) is the sport to play. We saw many kids playing in the streets.
5. Wherever many people live in apartment buildings, they have brilliant playgrounds. Paris has ...
... message from Michael to say he was at main entrance....yes...but where was that?
Another few minutes retracing steps, tiredness really setting in, no sign of area where we had entered....frustration and panic setting in...brain not working as too full of images! Phone call to Michael...where are you and how do I get out? Outside main entrance and how can I tell you when I don't know where you are darling! Find a member of staff...none ...
... 2009, a Russian woman, distraught over being denied French citizenship, threw a terra cotta mug or teacup, purchased at the museum, at the painting in the Louvre; the vessel shattered against the glass enclosure. In both cases, the painting was undamaged. There was one painting in the program that looked interesting so we explored through the French collection and found his painting of two sisters m, one pinching the others nipple haha. We left the louvre and walked through ...
... doesn't speak any English. I use the best French I can and we somehow manage to communicate with each other. She tells me we need to have cash, to wait in the line for 10 mins and someone will come by and help us. We wait in the line for 10 mins and an English-speaking woman arrives. She tells us the same thing, we need to have 27E in cash. We explain we only have 22. She asks if we have any other dollars. I suddenly remember that Julie gave Scott a 5 British pound and ...