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A bit of a relaxed day today - a late start and then onto the red bus around Paris. Firstly, we hopped off at The Louvre, we were all set to go in, from the bus the crowd looked small compared to Sunday, rookie error it is shut on a Tuesday...so we took a few photos, ate some crepes with nutella and got back on the bus. Following this we went to the Arc de Triomphe then, we ...
... to make connections and the trains are never more that a few minutes away. OK down to the Louvre. It is an overcast day, so we thought it would be a good day for inside sightseeing. Of course everyone knows The Mona Lisa is here and yes we will stop by and say hi, however I am more interested in the sculptures. I don't know why but they are more appealing to me. So once inside (express entry for Paris Pass holders and free entrance) we head to the sculptures sections. Oh by ...
... Elisabeth Anne". You don't see that every day! Barbara wanted to go to a famous French Falafel place for dinner. I don't like falafel, and this variety was as tasteless as any other, but the walk there and back was nice. More ...
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... being back in Paris with Kate though we felt a little tortured that we couldn't quite browse the shops we way we had in the past.....somehow four little kids curtailed that ability?? Le Bon Marche is a big department store in Paris and we walked there. The younger kids had a play at the park while Sian and James came with Kate and I to look at a kids shop a couple of streets away. Then we met Mike, Geoff and the others ...