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... couple of hours in the Louvre, we decided it was time to head home and do some laundry. Craig only has a week left, but I still have another 3 weeks left, and needed some more clean clothes. We stopped at the grocery store, grabbed some snacks for our 5 hr train ride on Saturday (to London), and headed home. We also picked up some macarons on our way home. We each chose two (they are tiny, but they come with a large price tag!), and decided to ...
... about our journey to Paris the next day, when the waitress informed us that all Eurostar trains had been sent back to London from France because of rioting by dock workers who were burning rubber tyres on the railway line at Calais. (Oh!! Hopefully things will cool down by tomorrow! Yes, they did and our journey to Gare Nord in Paris went like clockwork. Let me tell you, Gay Paree is a lot warmer than London. Our apartment is ...
... if you're going to try and walk across! Yesterday was VE Day (WW II victory day), which meant there were people everywhere, including the military! There is a tunnel under the road though. This round about is one of the things I think of when I think of Paris, so it was lovely to see, both up close and on the bus. After travelling to the Eiffel Tower, I went on the river cruise. It went 30 min one way from the tower, then turns around and comes back to where ...
... a bike taxi back thru the city. We went by the U.S. Embassy the President's Palace and back into the Champs. We caught our breath and headed out for dinner. We tried the Champs for dinner. We had a great view. We were going to climb to the top of the Arc tonight, but when we came out it was raining. We are at the hotel getting a good nights sleep. Tomorrow is a busy ...
... museum) to re furnish it. Sooooo many people it was claustrophobic but an amazing place. We couldn't get a clear shot of anything due to the volume of people, as we were herded, once again like cattle (big in France) through the dimly lit halls. I think I got two photos with just me or Paul. The rest of our photo memorabilia would look more at home in a Chinese family album. The famous Hall of Mirrors was just magnificent. The ...