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... and lots of yummy food choices. Rob and I enjoyed some German sausages while Liam tucked into a chocolate and cream waffle.
Finally dragging ourselves away from the markets we made it to the Louvre. A fascinating place which Liam found a little boring.....and couldn't really understand all the fuss! I did imagine the Mona Lisa painting a little bigger than it was in real life. Liam also wondered why many of the sculptures were naked, I didn't really ...
Today we braved the open air bus, to see all the sights of Paris. Being a lovely 4 degrees meant the top deck was for brave souls or made Aussies like Shanya and I. We took in all the major sites today Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Invalioles, Lourve and more. Had a lovely late lunch near the Arc de Triomphe and then headed back to our apartment, scoping a lovely Parisian Bakery on our way home, we picked up baguettes and pastries for ...
... the sunshine and people watch by the lake/pond. Phil expected a fountain show to start on the hour so insisted we wait, what can I say, he was disappointed!
I so wish I had a pedometer on today!
At the other end we came out the side of the gardens and walked along the Siene to come to the 'Love Lock' Pont des Arts Bridge. We too have put a lock on the bridge, attached in a secret location amongst millions of others and tossed the key into the Seine to ...
... and looked up, I discovered that there were some actual things worth looking at…other than the pictures of Paris sights on the screen of the phone.
On that note, Cathy and I have decided to make this visit an ‘outside’ tour of Paris. We are going for breadth, attempting to see as many of the important sights as possible, rather than depth, going inside and exploring these sights. Having seen the lines to get into most of the places in ...
... an intrusion, so you end up not seeing much from them. That was the same in both England and France. In Paris, there was a transport strike, and we've since been told there is ALWAYS a strike of some sort every week. We arrived at our hotel at 3pm, but our room wasn't yet ready. They had had a fire alarm earlier, as some clown was smoking in his room which set it all off, and had put them behind. So we met the Scenic Tours tour director, Nigel, who is an Englishman ...