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Well, as most of you know, I have been going to Paris for the day for many months to see a Cote D'Ivoire exhibition in one of the museums with Kaye. I wasn't going to write a blog but this is especially for Kaye's mam.
We booked this trip before we went to **** D'Ivoire and thought it would be great to see in a museum what we had seen in the country. We were very na´ve at the time and funnily enough there were no UN , army blocks or flies ...
... 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">Fortunately, the RER train from the airport stops at Gare du Nord, which is relatively close to Montmarte. Even better, the rain had changed from a pour to a gentle rain, meaning that it was minutes before my feet got wet, but they were never sopping and swimming.
... network which allows you to go from sight to sight in only a few minutes. Unlike London, there is so much to see in Paris, Ryan and I could not see the entire city in one day even if we tried. The Notre Dame, the Catacombs, the Arc de Triumphe, the Lourve, the Eiffel Tower (which was worth doing both during the day and at night), the Champs Elysees and its Christmas markets - the list goes on. The city really does make for great photo opportunities and I enjoyed ticking all the ...
... a candle, gazing at the light through the stained glass or staring up at the massive organ that makes your fingers itch to play. Finishe with our tour of Notre-Dame and after purchasing a few small trinkets at the gift shop we head back out into the dreary rain. A walk around the small island and we cross over the bridge on the other side. Now in the southern part of the city and entering the Latin district we make our way through the narrow ...
After breakfast we made our way to Montparnesse to buy local SIMs so that we can keep in touch for the next three days. This morning reinforced that we get much further with attempted French, after which the local retailers slip into English almost before we realise.
Back at the hotel the little Nokias were armed and tested before we set off on our next journey.
Due to a number of conferences and exhibitions in Paris this ...