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Adenay stayed here on Jul 6, 2011 during their trip titled: Adenay Ekubezgi.
... is kind of anti-climactic when you see it after all the praise it gets, and it was also impossible to get a good picture because of all the people. Across from the Mona Lisa is the biggest painting in the Louvre which we both found more impressive. We then headed to the Egypt and Roman history areas and we were both amazed how old some of the artifacts were. Some go further back from Christ than we are forward. Some date from 2000-3000 years B.C. ...
... gazing up at the Eiffel Tower, picked up sandwiches and croissants at a little patisserie (PM)
Last full day in Paris - what a shame. And what does one do when one is spending their last full day in Paris? Yep, you got it. Think about a bit of retail therapy. So after popping in to the church next to our hotel to see what it was like and being as astounded as we are with so many buildings in this city, off we headed to one of Paris' largest shopping complexes but not like the ones we plebs are used to. For a start, this shopping centre (that takes ...
... such interesting architectural details. Walking down Boulevard St Michel we passed by the Hotel des Mines-the office of mines and minerals- one of the strongholds of the resistance against the Nazis in WWII. Because we had read Is Paris Burning? we knew that the holes and dents in the stone walls were from artillery fire during the siege of Paris.
At the end of every day I am tired and ready for sleep. But some days are just ...
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