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... the place to get a map) so just wandered around. It's strange how quiet you feel you should be in a cemetery. But something about it makes you walk slowly and not look like your enjoying yourself too much. "And she in her down parka and I in my t-shirt locked eyes and shared matching what the **** facial expressions and moved on", this is an actual note I wrote to myself. But I walked around the cemetery in flip flops and a t-shirt and most others wore coats, with hats ...
... to get the A380 on the long sector.
Once again it was like going into a Ridley Scott Sci-Fi / fantasy film set arriving at Dubai airport. Acres of terminal buildings looking like giant technical animals with scales on the glass sections set within a metal carapace. But one would indeed need to be like a prehistoric animal to live comfortably there. We arrived about 5am local time, well before sunrise, and it ...
... for legacy and control. I must say, Berlin had it going on in terms of Roman antiquity museums and Roman Catholic art heritage. Paris has a hard time competing, but it does, particularly in the more modern Renaissance era of Northern Europe. Long story short. I went to the Louvre. I scoped this impressive building out the day before on my walking tour, but on a tip from a fellow traveller I took the metro right in and stepped off at the inverted pyramid at the entrance lobby. ...
... take a nap. While he was sleeping, I went out for a walk. I walked a couple blocks to see the Eiffel Tower and then a few more to see it up close. I meandered my way back to the apartment, looking at some areas where we had stayed before. Tonight we ate galette and crepes. Galettes are basically savory crepes - mine had ham, cheese, an egg, tomatoes, and herbs de Provence. Steve had one with ham, potatoes and cheese. They were ...
... we didn’t go to together on the first trip) including the eerie bone graveyard underground tombs of the Catacombs. We queued here for almost an hour (like you and I did Em do you remember?!). On the same theme, we ambled through the maze of crypts and old and new graves, amongst the crows at Pere Lachaise. The tombstones are all shapes, sizes and colours, some crumbled and broken with the inscriptions barely legible, and others incredibly lavish, with all kinds of decoration ...