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... and filled with dirt to build the new palace. They excavated this area and now have an ancient dungeon.
We visited multiple other beautiful areas. The decorations of the rooms and ceilings throughout the Louvre is fantastic before you even look at the beautiful artwork.
We found Mona and took the requisite photograph then finished off in the recreated areas of the palace which show the furnishings of the time of the 1700s. The ...
... a courtyard, from which we climb the stairs to our home. The door is so heavy that Wok can't push it open, so if I wasn't here he wouldn't get off the street. Second, our bed is really cute. It folds up flat into a space in the wall, and is moderately heavy, so I have to pull it down at night, and stow it away in the morning. It's quite good, though, as I'm not getting my gym workouts, so this is some compensation. Thanks for your comments. We miss you all. God bless, Lyn and ...
... Forever 21 is on Rue de rivoli which runs along the Louvre and has tons of souvenir stores. I got key chains for the girls at work. They had a deal of 24 for 10€. We looked at probably 10-15 shops. I got scarves for mom, grandma and I. We took a break at mcdonalds and had a coke. We walked past the Ferris wheel to a very expensive street, ...
... One. On the map, the roads are arranged around the arch just like a spider web. The most famous of those streets is the Champs Elysee, which hosts one of the final spectacles of cycling's Le Tour De France each year in July, so we were excited to be here. The street is quite a few lanes wide in each direction (it's a divided road), it has a cobblestone surface, and it slopes unrelentingly for a couple of kms up to the arch. It is lined with cafes and boutique shops and ...
... that had come to be used for mainline services. After 1939
it was used for suburban services and part of it became a mailing
centre during World War II. It was then used as a ...