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... on being social. We then went on a bus drive around the city, which was amazing by night. Saw the big sights - the louvre, Eiffel Tower, arc de triomphe. We survived the champs ellysee ( thank god I was in a bus). I also really enjoyed seeing the less known buildings - the opera house, the tomb of Napoleon and the military building that still has bullet holes in the front walls from WWII. Next challenge: try and see as much of Paris as my body will allow me to ...
... so desperate, we lined up and watched how they worked. Basically you went in, did what you had to do then came out, the door shut again and then the whole thing was washed and dried before the next person could go in, a rather time consuming process. (Thought you might like this detail!!!!) Anyway we survived without getting stuck inside and it managed to fill in the hour before dinner.
We made our way back to the boat and had ...
We had another day when we could use the hop on, hop off bus. We had a leisurely breakfast and then we caught the bus at about 10 o'clock from the Arc de Triomphe to the Musee D'Orsay. We got off the bus at the stop near the Pont Alexander III, built in 1896 -named after Tsar Alexander III. It is adorned with lamps, cherubs, nymphs and winged horses at either end.
We walked along the banks of the Seine towards the Musee D'Orsay ...
... see the ballet. Steph had organised for her cleaning,day to come over and clean my windows, they are looking very spekky! I had an extra ticket that I had bought for Steph so stood outside holding it up in the air. A very dodgy bloke came along and offered me 35 euro. Knew he was going to most likely on sell it but figured 35 euro better than nothing, especially as tickets cost 95!! Anyway sure enough along comes this elderly American woman to sit in the seat ...
... 1914-1918], through innovative scenography illustrating the great changes and upheavals in society that resulted from it.
Art and history museum, situated in the old episcopal palace, it takes its name from the famous orator and theologian Jacques Bénigne Bossuet, Bishop of Meaux.