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Paris... The city of love, food, wine, art, culture, museums, gardens, architecture and fashion. It evokes many images and travel dreams and we were fortunate enough to immerse ourselves into a full 8 days of wonderfully gay Paris cliche moments. We ticked off a lot of the big icons such as the Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Musee D'Orsay, Montmartre, Champs Elysses, Arc de Triumph, Notre Dame and Versailles but also enjoyed walking the streets and gardens just taking it all in. We ...
... in the sunshine. We could see the little Tuileries fair behind us with Ferris Wheel and other rides and could people watch as we had the gardens stretching in all directions. Why are big city parks so wonderful?
The day was winding down, but we decided to make one last stop in honor of Lindsay’s literature. We briskly walked to the metro and got off at Bastille. An enormous monument marks the spot of the Bastille which was stormed in 1789 ...
... length of the Champs Elysee which I googled later and is 2.6 kms. We took a pit stop and made a baguette on a park bench in amongst those that feel the need to spend a lot of money and double park their expensive cars when they can get away with it.
During our pit stop we also availed ourselves of a visit to the luxury restroom at the going rate of 2E. That was a very indulgent experience. You receive you own freshly cleaned cubicle scented very fragrantly, ...
... br> Café. As the weather was better we walked back to the hotel, where I am now
(catching up on the blog as directed by one of my nieces – thanks Jane for
giving me an excuse to stay out of the rain!). Jewell and Glen have gone to the
Musee du Louvre to see Mona!
As I finish this blog entry, Jewell and Glen have returned
from the Louvre. Their comment was ‘too many people’ but they did get a glimpse of Mona!
... the Millenium Bridge from Harry Potter, but I didn’t stop to take a pic.
After, we were off to Trocadero, a fantastic spot up a 7 minute walk away up some stairs to take a picture of yourself with the Tower.