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The Big Bus Tour We walk to pick up our 4 day Paris Pass that we ordered online and venture onto the Metro immediately to travel on two different lines under TD's trusty directions. It is well posted with colour and number ID. We pick up our Red Bus tickets and hop on for a tour of Paris to get an overview of where the places at that we want to visit. We are soon driving through the Louvre, an Art Gallery so big that it has streets running through it. A lap around Notre Dame ...
... showed up after about 15 minutes we decided the logical course of action was to meet them at the book store so we walked the rest of the way there, which didn't take particularly long. Once inside I was completely content to spend hours exploring, with the whole store smelling beautifully of books and every wall covered with book binders of every shape and material. I picked my way through books about the way the brain works, the Mathematics of the Simpsons, the Hobbit and even spent ...
... shops in Paris. Corine bought a nice leather purse. Then we went off to Musee d'Orsay. So impressed with the amount of art. Snacks at hotel happy hour. Italian dinner at a reasonable local place next to Hotel Montholon. Another day of amazing sights in ...
... of the hill where we saw the most spectacular views of Barcelona. This was a very interesting park with arches and gardens throughout. Musicians were scattered along the various paths. The only other place we got off was at La Rambla. Boy, that walkway was busy and very crowded. There were soooo many venders selling anything you can think of. We went into a marketplace in the center, La Boquaria, and got a bite to eat. Lots of fresh sea food, ...
... was quite strange (check out the weird eye guy Alfonso-Angel Ossorio), but I loved the art deco paintings by Tamara de Lempicka and the bright artwork of Henri Valensi. Next to the Centre Pompidou is Place Igor Stravinsky, which is home to the Stravinsky Fountain. This is something that Em has really been waiting to see, as it is featured in her 'Not for Parents Paris' travel guide - ...