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After the excitement of Gerard's GAP bag, little to report today. Slept in after a late night, and slept early for an early start the next day. As such, not a lot of time to get into trouble. We did head to the Louvre with a view to actually going in, but found out that it is the one day of the month where they let everyone in for free! As such, ...
This was our last day in Paris. After a month of sightseeing in Ireland and France, tomorrow we fly home.
After a a light breakfast we headed for the far southwest side of Paris by Metro train. We got there plenty early in order to see the area sites and wait for Ziggy, Dayna's friend and now mine. Turns out in our conversations, Ziggy worked for a company that contracted out to the French Air Force. He was a flight engineer and a ...
... Of course I have to go to Notre Dame when I am in Paris. Located right on the Seine, it is in a perfect location about half a mile from the Louvre and about forty minutes from the Luxembourg Gardens. I get in line with the rest of the visitors, pop on “The Bells of Notre Dame” from the movie The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and slowly make my way to the Cathedral. Eventually make it inside and follow the rest of ...
... items that caused some consternation at our table were the "Saint Antoine's temptation breaded and grilled foot, snout, ear and tail of pigs" (I've definitely been feeding the dog top tucker - and what drugs was St Antoine taking anyway?) and of course, the snails. In the end we ate well - French onion soup (delicious with blue smelly cheese), terrine, salmon, and Mike and I shared a massive plate of "melting lamb" which we couldn't finish, but was beautiful.
... normal morning tour as there were a lot more groups than usual. You can tell from the photos. Last week, people queued for 3 hours to but their tickets, but as we were with a guide, we just had to wait until our guide convinced the admin it was our turn - about 15 mins. We were shown the inside which was incredibly opulent, even with just the wall and basic decorations which were left as they ...