Adagio Paris Bercy Village
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The following day we got up with excitement about another day spent in Paris, but really it was the complimentary breakfast that got me out of bed quicker. Who wouldn't love a croissant and french bread to get you going in the morning :) Along with MILO cereal, toast, juice and coffee. Now, we are ready for the big day in Paris. We started off on a walk from the hostel to the Church on the hill closest to us 'Sacre Coeur.' We didn't have to get close to see that this church ...
... no small child. We did consider "borrowing" some child just for the ride but didn't think that would go down well lol. After getting through the huge line a the train ticket machine it was time to head back to the apartment and pack our now over flowing packs that had somehow managed to spread themselves throughout the place. We had managed to do 6 loads of washing and discovered we had stuff that hadn't been washed since we were in Turkey. Our next adventure would take us out ...
The plan today was to go to the Louvre. We woke up early to get ready for the day. Nick decided to plan out how to get to the Louvre and informed me that it was closed on Tuesdays..... guess i didn't do all the research i should have. Instead of leaving right away we planned out other thigs to visit. Today is the first day of our Museum Pass. We have to use it 4 days in a row, so it helps to have a plan.
We walked to the market just down the street and bought ...
... off a 'must do' while in Paris. Our thoughts on seeing the Mona Lisa was that it was extremely underwhelming. Especially when after you take her in, you turn around and there is a whole wall filled with a beautiful painting. We continued exploring a small portion of the 8 miles of artwork laden corridors absorbing the artwork that was in front of us. I don't think it is any secret that we are not the greatest ...
... but it was good enough for me!
Took a walk to the Eiffel Tour after dinner. It was a hazy night and the tour seemed to disappear into the sky. Called home and talked to dad, Jason, Uncle Ray, and Aunt Adale. So nice to hear everyone's voices. Gave my mom a call too. She really misses me. I could hear her tear up when we were saying goodbye. She's excited to come see me in January. It'll be fun showin mom around. She's gonna love ...