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Yesterday began with a trip to Europe's largest, greatest and oldest museum, the Louvre. This museum is housed in the former Royal Palace which was built in stages over eight centuries by Louis XIV, Louis XV and Louis XVI. After Louis XVI was beheaded, the people of France converted the palace to an art gallery and Versailles became the official seat of ...
... of the themes and settings from the Pirates of the Caribbean movies being displayed. There were also quick turns and sharp drops down a little bump in the river which also made for a fun and effective ride through the movie set-ups. Taylor was very disappointed however when one of her favourite actors, Johnny Depp, didn't show up! Later in the day, we met Gaston from Beauty and the Beast. He was so full of himself and the man playing him was just right into character, ...
Today was an early start because we wanted to get to Disneyland when it opened! It opened at 10 so we thought we would go to the bakery that we found yesterday and pack an awesome lunch for the day! We get to the bakery and it was closed!! Why didn't they tell us this yesterday when we told them we would be back tomorrow?!? At least the supermarket was open today so we bought sliced chorizo, prosciutto and cheese, some nice think bread sticks, some Doritos and salsa and we ...
... to find & do. It was delightful to walk high above the roads among plants, ponds & trees with views of the houses nearby & places to sit if required. We did actually behave like the tourists we were & walked down the Isle St Louis, had a gelato, went past Notre Dame where the queue stretched as far as we could see & visited the beautiful Sainte Chapelle. Unfortunately it is currently under renovation so couldn't see the rose window but ...
Monday in Paris!
A trip to Le Louvre, leaving home earlyish to walk the 20mins to the amazing old Louvre building in time for the 9am opening, hoping to avoid the crowds!
We managed to queue for a short time by being there at 9, we headed down via the huge glass pyramid to the entry area where we queued firstly for tickets, then for an audio-guide... but no! You have to find ANOTHER line to buy the ticket for the audio-guide THEN queue for the ...