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... of signs. We only got our passport stamped in Copenhagen so next time we'll have to go direct in order to get a Paris stamp.
If you like history or art or beautiful buildings or walking cobblestone streets or big cities or quiet parks or good food or really anything, Paris is probably a good place for you to visit. It's easy to get around, easy to fly in and out of and full of friendly people. I would certainly love to go back!
... at the hotel I took out my iPad to check something and left it on the table in the lobby.
Around 6:30 we headed out to find the Cafe Trocadero just across the river from the Eiffel Tower and a spectacular viewing location. Unfortuniately it started to rain, but we had our umbrellas and made the 20 minute walk to the restaurant. The food was great and we were able to catch ...
... then went to Le Louvre it didn't seem too busy & I thought all the tales of not being able to see things was an exaggeration until we got to Mona Lise. As you can see from the photo we didn't get too close!! The guide asked what we thought of her eyes & I honestly thought she could have had them shut as far as I was concerned. But no one said too much. It really is quite an extraordinary place. The pieces of art were amazing! We then had lunch at a cafe ...
... uses local guides. The guides in Edinburgh for Sandemans were both foreign and there for the summer. After the tour we had some lunch near the Pantheon. Here we got the real authentic French experience. The waiter was abrupt and even a bit rude. But somehow towards the end he was charming and joking with us. He might have just been in a grumpy mood when we arrived.
Next stop Chur (Switzerland), Milan, Venice and Florence... It's going to be busy... maybe.
... I hadn’t used the bathroom since I left London and now this. I was in a taxi in about 45 minutes. The cabbie drove me all over the place to run up the meter and claimed he couldn’t speak English but every now and then he was talking plain English. He pointed out the famous Champs Elysees (pronounced chanz-e-lee-zay) Avenue to me. Yes. It is one of the most beautiful avenues in the world.