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... the most prominent symbol of both Paris and France, often in the establishing shot of films set in the city. - Wikipedia Another beautiful day so we thought. As we walked along the river (> 5km) crisscrossing over the bridges, taking heaps of photos, we started to feel rain drops. It was light enough and we hadn't worn our rain gear. Even our shoes we running shoes not the hiking boots. Poor Kellen had only a shirt on we no jumper. We thought we'll stop ...
... was an experience just to be there and see the actual Mona Lisa and Venus de Milo. The architecture of the rooms was just unreal! After that we walked through the the Tuileries garden to the Musee de l'Orangerie to see the Monet exhibit. Again, no pictures allowed of the Monets. We walked along the river and caught a rouge car to Notre Dame. Before going over to the church we grabbed lunch from-how fitting-a cafe called Quasimodo. The Quiche Lorraine was the ...
... Despite the fact that "ducha" means "shower" in spanish, in America, "douche" is known as something in addition to what girls call boys they don't like. I opened the bottle to smell it, wondering if it was what I thought it was. It didn't smell like vinegar (LOL), so I thought I was safe. But then again, it said "Hypoallergenique" making me second guess myself again. I didn't want to risk ...
... coat, and by the time we picked up our tickets and made a quick stop at the toilets, we were ready to board the Eurostar, destination: Paris.
It was only a matter of minutes before I registered that there were a lot of Australians on that train, travellers and honeymooners alike, and I fitted all three of those categories. I put my iPod in and tried not to be noticed, but it was hard to ignore the twang and slang coming from their mouths, ...
... Cafe Catherine) and we were not disappointed. Everything really does taste better here. Did some more window shopping and then caught the Metro again to head over to Angelina's Tea House by the Louvre. I had been told that this was one of those places (Angelinea's) that you'll never forget. My triglyceride levels will not forget it either! The hot chocolate there is like liquid heaven served with a huge ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility