Campanile Meaux Sud
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It's our last day in Paris. We had a relatively quiet day today. Mother wasn't feeling the best this morning, she feels a cold coming on, so we weren't going to push it today. We went to the Eiffel Tower around 10 this morning in order to beat the lineups. It was drizzling so the lineup was short. In all our excitement we didn't think to look up before purchasing our tickets, so we went all the way to the summit to come out into ...
Weather warm and sunny. Travellers walked for miles. Late start again after casual start to the morning. Decided to stop for lunch in pavement cafe in the Marais. Very delicious meal of roast chicken, lasagne, wine and coffee. To the Metro at Bastille and an amazing train ride six stops to Concorde station. The train was apparently driverless. We were in the front carriage and could see clearly through the glass window the other approaching trains. We emerged into the sunshine at ...
... was part of the tour. The fact that this was a palace prior to the French Revolution was almost mind boggling. The detail and opulence in the design was just amazing. As we got farther into the museum the more crowded and hotter it got. Here we started to realize that it was almost as hot inside and much more crowded than Disney Paris had been on Monday. No sooner did I think that it couldn't get any more crowded than we got to the room housing ...
... hair cut, who is probably the best dancer I've ever danced with. Seriously. I hadn't salsa'ed in probably, 9 months? and I could dance with him very easily because he was that good. After that, I felt pretty good, so I switched through partners for about an hour and a half. It was amazingly fun, though a little more intimate than I was used to with my folk dancing. I took breaks though, to encourage Alexa and Catherine to dance, (they're absolutely beautiful, so they ...
... back-and-forth queues, but not too daunting, so we joined. The museum didn't open for another half hour, after which it took us another 40 minutes till we got in, which seemed to pass quickly, as we got into conversation with some NZ people. It was rather amazing to see so many people happily standing in the rain, as they waited for the line to move on. By the time the doors opened there were about four times as many people waiting as when we first arrived. As ...