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... powers rebuilt the insides of this beautiful building and now it is a great place to protest your Paris parking tickets .
With a short walk we were at the Place des Vosges. This is a beautiful square with fountains, massive trees and places to sit and rest your feet. Inaugurated in 1612 with the wedding of Louis XIII and Anne of Austria they had a place for a great wedding ...
... Finally we found out whatwhat was going on. When we got to the bus ticket line it was chaos. So we caught a taxi. Then, we got stuck in traffic. Luckily our driver took us another way and we finally made it to the hotel. The hotel is really nice, but only Usain Bolt could make it to the Eiffel Tower in 25 mins (which is what the hotel website quotes). So Ant and me walked the 1 hour to get to the Eiffel Tower stopping for a pastry and drink on the way. Luckily there wasnt ...
... in front of the Eiffel Tower. After stuffing ourselves with festival food, we caught a cab to continue our tour. Although it was closed for the day, we visited the Louvre courtyard, snapping pictures of the courtyard and ourselves. I attempted the classic jump in front of the glass pyramid, which resulted in a good picture aaaand me falling flat on my bum. But no harm was done and we continued along the Seine until we came to ...
... a reasonable case of OCD unless this is normal for the French. It is a very nice apartment and it is immaculate and very central. But prefer things to be a bit more relaxed and laid back. The building was built in 1810 and you need to enter a code to enter the building. It has the tiniest lift I have ever seen, we had to travel up to the third floor with our cases separately. So tomorrow is our first full day in Paris and there is so much to ...
Walked forever and asked a hundred people (okay, 12 people) for directions to the subway station. Ended up finally finding it. Took the subway to Champs-Élysées. Did some shopping, had lunch and saw the Arc of Triump. Went to the Louvre. It's the second largest museum in the world...it's massive. It was a bit of a challenge to figure it out at first, then Jess got the hang of it! I ...