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... you finish that sentence for me!) - Finally the Pantheon. I had intended on going to Sacre Coeur which I'd heard was amazing. It was nearly 4pm and the train would take 50 mins and the place closed at 5pm. So I caught a train back near 'home' to visit the Pantheon (luckily closing at 6pm). Now this was a great building, very decorative, great architecture. But there was no English anywhere! I had no idea what I was seeing. The only thing I worked out was the crypt held a lot ...
... managed to keep me awake about 10 minutes, my need for sleep beat their efforts to keep me awake. Waking for good was a bit "iffy" as I could not use my phone, but sometime around 0800 I woke, started to dress to "sneak" off to church, when I blew up my hairdryer/iron combo product, leaving us with neither an iron or a dryer! Another big OOPS! Took off to church traveling wee tiny curvy "streets" perhaps alley's is abetter description, but I made it to the most ...
... t any queue, is because the ride had broken down and the cast member was uncertain if and when it would reopen. Off we headed back to the shops for retail therapy to try and salvage some of the day. We picked up our knick knacks amongst the throngs of people arriving for the fireworks nighttime show which would begin in an hour or so in front of Sleeping Beauty's Castle. We decided to make one final attempt to ride Pirates, and began the trek to the back of the park in almost ...
... car and whisked away to the applause of the lunching crowd. So what's next?
We have Versailles and Monet's garden tomorrow - a minibus and a max of 8 people, so we should survive the experience. Our feet are certainly cheering. Suspect that Versailles is going to another OMG experience and that our three hours will allow but a snapshot of its splendour. Nonetheless, we are excited!
Monday is Bastille Day and the flags are ...
... Next I wanted to see the Pantheon and then go to Luxembourg gardens. I just did the outside of the Pantheon, although it was only 4.5€ after having to pay for everything in Paris I have become cheap. I do mean everything, I paid 07.70€ to pee at les Jardin des tuileries. From the Pantheon, which is currently undergoing restoration and will be until 2022, I headed to Luxembourg gardens. Enjoy route I grabbed some macarons, a chocolate one and a bergamot flavoured one.. ...