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... behind us. I turned and confronted him but he just glared at us. Sandy tried to wave him off with a "Shoo, shoo, go away." But he continued glaring at us. I grabbed Sandy again and we dashed for a pedestrian crossing but he followed us. I know it is probably wrong for me to be proud of Sandy for this but I am. She turned to our foiled bag snatcher and screamed at him to "F*%K OFF!!!" That did the trick. He did.
... We wanted to tour the inside of it, until we saw the five hour long line. But we
played the dumb Americans and just casually slipped into line and pretended that we had no idea, so we got in within 10 minutes. After Notre Dame we all ventured to the 'Moulin Rouge' part of town. There were adult stores on every single street for about five miles long. We also got to see the 'Moulin Rouge', which was pretty neat. It was 180 euro per person to watch the show, I would ...
... The gates were glistening with gold! That was just to let us know what was coming. We listened in on the audio tour for most of the rooms. It was really crowded inside. Inside the palace we saw a multitude of statues and busts; so many you couldn't keep track. Many of the ceilings were painted with murals and intricate tapestries hung from the walls. In addition to the tapestry and murals there was a significant number of paintings. Many of the ...
... we found an information booth with an English speaking person and they pointed us in the direction of the train that would get us to the Louvre.
After about 10 stops we reached the conveniently named Louvre station. Dee, our tour guide, had given us a tip that we could avoid the largest line if we enter the museum through the Metro and it seemed to have worked. We picked up our tickets to enter ...
... realised existed; Italian Impressionists http://www.musee-orangerie.fr/homes/hom e_id25242_u1l2.htm
We spent the afternoon in a residential district of Paris at
the main department store. It was the
last day of the summer “Sales”. Both the
streets and the store were packed and it was even too much for Ches, who gave
up after ...