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... the craziness.
We pause a while at the Salvador Dali museum, to see a little of his craziness. Dali art is always fun. Dali-inspired art done by others? Even crazier.
More wandering, and we pause for a crepe snack, then a break at a café for a glass of wine and some ...
... the Marais area is turned into a pedestrian zone, by mid afternoon it looks like a very busy shopping mall, bikes are also allowed but work in well with the pedestrian traffic. Home for more study, we had a lovely vegetable soup made with poitrine which is smoked pork belly, it was great to have a hit of vegetables with the obligatory baguette. Early night, school ...
... card and get my bearings so I would have some idea of what was where. I did not like that struggle with suitcases and no language. Maps in hand, advice from the Hostel man and I was off. It was about a mile up to where the electronics place was and here the real fun begins! only one spot that sells SIM cards there and only one person, so about a 20 minute to learn that she does not have what I need as I have an iphone, but the something Englase across the big square on the ...
... half an hour. The ride was cool. It has a different ending than the US versions. By the time we got off the ride, it was time for our FP return time. So, we went to the FP queue and had approx. 15 minute wait. Not sure which part of this was "fast" but whatever! By now, the ones who slept in have started to arrive at the park. We headed by Phantom Manor (their version of Haunted Mansion) but the line was over an hour plus wait time. No FP available here, as there are only a handful ...
... very long lines to get into the palace itself`. I thought it would be better if I tour the gigantic gardens first, see Marie Antoinette's house and then finish up at the palace. The gardens are impressive. There are many mazes, fountains and nooks and crannies that I imagine all the royalty and their guests getting lost in. I walked all the way down to the grand canal and knew it was going to be a long walk to the next place ...