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Today we had an early start to try and avoid the line for the louvre and it paid off we went to the mall entrance and got there around 9am and we only had to wait 20mins! We spent about 3 hours there walking around, saw everything we wanted to, Stephen discovered my "love" of paintings and children, but the paintings weren't as boring as I thought as we made fun of most of them. We got a photo with ...
... we passed by the Eiffel Tower! It was funny because I'm such a tourist and I kept asking her if it was weird seeing the Eiffel Tower everyday. And she was just like "Parisians are just used to seeing that everyday." (stupid tourist HAHA). I didn’t mean to scream… It just came out! It was a HUGE tourist moment for me because I couldn’t believe I was actually seeing the Eiffel Tower (I usually just see it in movies/books). ...
... it is tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant, in a tomato type sauce, served cold. It reminded me of ratatouille.
We spent a little bit of time talking about our family and it’s fascinating history. She told me a little bit about her father, whom I never met and know very little about. We also talked about my dad and Uncle Jack; it was absolutely fascinating for me to hear some of ...
... friends, a place of leisure. Designed by the Queen's favoured architect, Richard Mique and with the help of the painter Hubert Robert, it contained a meadowland with lakes and streams, a classical Temple of Love on an island with fragrant shrubs and flowers, an octagonal belvedere, with a neighbouring grotto and cascade. There are also various buildings in a rustic style, inspired by Norman, situated around an irregular pond fed by a stream that ...
... up to Les Invalides. The trade union people were gathering around the square at the top off the hill. It lookeD and sounded very interesting, with one van playing a verse of the International. We did not hang around to see if a riot eventuated. We did not hear anything more, so I guess it ended peacefully. We had another quiet night eating in with some supplies fro the Rue Cler market. It is a fabulous market with lots of fresh fruit and veg and other goodies up and down the ...