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... still shining, thousands of people were lounging on lawns and in the green metal chairs throughout the Tuileries gardens leading to the Louvre, so we decided to walk along the raised tree-lined terrace between the gardens and the Seine. So much to see, including a noisy protest that had something to do with the Ivory Coast, escorted by many police cars, photographers and tourist boats full to overflowing cruising up and down the river while the passengers craned their necks ...
Today was to be the Louvre day. We got moving a bit later than expected, but still appreciated the late start. Once we got to the Louvre and saw the line to get in, we were shocked. We decided instead to go to the Louvre shop first, and then walk to the Pantheon.
The Pantheon was really impressive. We did the audio guide, which made us appreciate the history, but every aspect was great.
From the pantheon we walked back to the Louvre, and i believe our tactic ...
... at Sud Express that I lost when I travelled to Hawaii last year so I was very happy. We had lunch of a mixture of salads and shared a tart at the cafe in Galleries la Fayette with a view of the Eiffel Tower. We have become so blasė that we hardly take any notice of the tower anymore! On the way back to the apartment we rested on the green seats in the Toileries in the sun for a short time. In the evening we walked to ...
... Today is a more chilled out day so we relaxed under a tree, I had a nap from the hard day and Ryan made some friends playing volley ball. I went for a run with a nice New Zealand girl then we played touch rugby. Soon we will have dinner and are just enjoying hanging out before dinner. It's been beautiful and sunny warm weather while we've been here. If Italy was your next destination I'd be chaining myself to a tree and refusing to ...
... We had some directions from the woman, although they were quite complicated, so I went to an information desk. The woman working there told me to take an AirFrance bus and the a metro at a certain stop. We went to the AirFrance bus and once I spoke English to the driver to pay her, she gave me a huge attitude and was slamming her money drawer an whatnot; I had heard a generalization about how the French can be towards Americans, and it came true from this woman. I really ...