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... the chapel opening and witnessed a real court session. Quite neat!)
Next stop: the lovely Musee D'orsay. I love both the building (an art deco renovation of the old train station) and the collection of Impressionist paintings.like Monet, Cezanne, Pizarro and the like. Even if you hate art museums, you would ...
... topped my 'really' list. All of the art had deep meaning to the artists the signs said so good for them. Museum legs were getting to us so we headed towards the Jewish section which we were told by our bike tour guide was great to walk around on Sundays. Christine had googled the area and found what is the 'best' Falafel place ever... Ok then. The streets were bustling with people and excitement. We went towards the Falafel place and found a forty or so person line up. ...
... if you paid 50 cents :/) 2 beers, €12, ouch but we needed them! Got off the boat and sat down in a park along the river, may or may not have had a power nap in the shade! By then it was 5.30 so with google maps in charge we found the Latin quarter and had a nice dinner, 3 courses for €12 so that was a nice surprise. It was either wander around there which was so tempting, or do the Louvre so we thought we'd better do the later, or at least check out the queue. luckily, ...
I had been preparing the boys since we left for France for the challenges of the Eiffel Tower. The lines are hours long on the best of days and one of the elevators was broken so the waits were supposed to be astronomical. Wendy our tour director told us as we left for the tower at seven that we would be lucky to make it by the midnight shut down. We were all up for an adventure and prepared though not looking forward to the lines. The Tower was on all of our to ...
... walk and a good way to get the feel of up neighbourhood. We feel very comfortable here. We had a welcome beer at a local cafe and then found a restaurant for dinner. We had a nice meal and were having a good night until. Jude missed a step leaving the restaurant and fell heavily on her side. Fortunately she was OK, but we got a fright and Jude has a massive bruise on her ...