Mon Reve Amadeus
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We returned to the apartment on the now familiar metro, the trip requiring three changes of train but the transition form one line to the other so easy.
The treat for the day was yet to come, donning our glad rags we boarded the mighty steel steed to travel back to town to Bastille, the more modern of the Opera Houses in Paris. I recall it being built, so I guess not that modern but everything is relative, very controversial design ...
Up and away early this morning to beat the crowds at the Louvre. I'd read about a 'secret' door that you could enter through and avoid having to queue. Our luck was in and there was only one other couple there. We were going to go on Sunday but the queue at the main entrance was about a kilometer long so we gave it a wide berth. We headed straight to the Mona Lisa and lucked in, the crowd was only about 3 deep. We managed to get back ...
... we lined up to go on the carousel because the line wasn't very long. We got on and picked a horse each. We started moving and it didn't go very fast but it was fun. We then lined up to go on the dumbo ride because that was what mum wanted to do. The line was a bit longer for this ride but it did move. We eventually got on the ride and picked a dumbo to ride on. We went round and round and up and down until we suddenly stopped and got off. There ...
We had a relaxing ride on the Eurostar to Paris. The metro ride to the restaurant was a little stressful, but the girls did great. They got an education in the ups and downs of public transportation in Paris. It made them appreciate how nice the London tube is.
Dinner was excellent. We had chicken, delicious potatoes, green beans and a wonderful salad. Sorry, I forgot to take a picture again.
After dinner we walked up the ...
Today was our last day in Paris, and we spent the majority of it gawking at the grandiose Palace of Versailles. Opulence is an understatement for the palace and it's hard to keep your jaw from dropping open at every turn. Outside of the palace there's even more to see; the gardens, fountains, sculptures, Marie Antoinette's hamlet, just to name a few. It's fun to imagine being a king or queen and calling this place "home"! Cruz wondered aloud how you'd ever find your way around ...