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... own- only we hadn't entered the palace yet. When we were supposed to come back together, people were late and we had to wait for them. Once we were finally inside, it was shoulder to shoulder packed with people. You could barely move. We quickly went through the rooms and Hall of Mirrors get to the gardens. I only wanted to see the famous gardens and fountains. Since it was Tuesday, I thought we were in luck where they had beautiful ...
... try hundreds but we didn't have either the time or the inclination at this stage. It was now 6.10pm and I was worried about Stephs dinner. Quick phone call to Tim and all good, Margaux had sent in something. We caught train back to Saint Lazare and then the bus over to see Steph. Didn't get there until 7.45 and feeling pretty stuffed! She looked very well, no pain and hoping to get out on Sunday. Taxi this time ...
Today was a big day. We decided that we would follow the Frommers day by day guide as it seemed the most 'doable'. We started out from our apartment in very sturdy shoes and went to the Place de la Concorde or for us laypeople - a big round about with scary Parisian drivers determined to mow you down while you gawk at the Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe.
David was the first to spy the Eiffel Tower (how could I ...
... live here. So after the tower we walked back and of course we took the long way back like idiots but hey we saw more this way we had our trusty map and we juked our way thought the city again walking along the river and through side streets and seeing all the shops and markets( markets which America should have but don't) I fell in love with this city. We made it back to the hostile I posted some pics had some food and I crashed out I was ...
... paintings before winding ourselves back to the entry foyer under the glass pyramid which was the only way we could get to the wing on the other side to see the French painters. The girls had long lost interest by now. It's amazing how big the Louvre is but not surprising given it had a previous life as an imperial castle and palace. We traversed countless rooms and corridors to find our way out which included spotting Egyptian arcafacts and the ...
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