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... br> The Museum was very interesting, although I was hoping for some more information on more recent developments in film. Nonetheless, I had a great time and learned quite a bit about the early years of film making. Especially helpful considering, film is the topic of my upcoming french essay.
All in all, a great finale to our last full day in paris.
"The weak side"...lol. Not quite.
In case ...
... to think that the photo taken of this conveys my absolute joy. Bridget seemed to think it was a famous patisserie because it sounded familiar to her. She also found the "best macaron" yet again!
We took the metro to the Musee d'Orsay having decided to take advantage of inside pursuits on account of the rain. As so often happens, we exited the metro only to wonder in which direction we should be heading. The nearby newstand owner not only pointed us in ...
... by the staff three times ... probably should have been more. 4pm arrives in a flash, time to make a dash to the bus before the commuters start - and Christian announces a hunger emergency ... so fair to say we ended up playing sardines for the return bus trip to the metro (thanks Christian) which would have been fine if Olivia hadn't decided that half way through the bus trip was the ...
... around Paris and just enjoyed "being in Paris" Returning to the special Louvre entrance I went past very long lines so it was really good to have the tour ticket. The Louvre is huge, but if got to see the Mona Lisa, The Venus de Milo, a statue of the Egyptian God Rameses and much more. Back on the metro, I got back to the hotel around 7:30, bought some dinner at the hotel bistro and watched some Tv and had a quiet night. London tomorrow then home ...
... French. I ordered beef tartare for dinner, keen to try something a little French. It's raw beef prepared in spices, and once you get over the initial thoughts and fears of eating raw beef (and the fact it's served at room temperature), it was ok. Not my favourite but glad to have tried it. After we'd finished dinner, we wandered back up the boulevard back to the hotel, the day quickly starting to catch up with us, and called it a night. Le day done. Oh, and did I mention, we're in ...