Campanile Villejust - ZA Courtaboeuf
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... we wanted to climb the tower of Notre Dame to see the gargoyles. Today we did a lot of things, but climb the tower, we did not. Today also happens to be the first Sunday of the month, so it is free to get into a great many attractions in Paris, including museums and churches and tower climbs, so understandably, lines will be long. Today is the last day of Christmas vacation. Today, there will be people EVERYWHERE. ...
... Louvre and get a glimpse of the Mona Lisa but we didn't wait for more than a few minutes and got right up to the rope barrier to see the painting with no troubles and it wasn't as small as we thought it would be from other stories. We had lunch at some pretty fancy place at the Louvre and then got back on the bus to Notre Dame. The Notre Dame was a very beautiful old church and absolutely enormous. We didn't get many photos as there was no flash ...
... so we've certainly got our bread quotient covered at each meal!!
Craig has a fear of heights so instead of going up the Eiffel Tower like 80% of other tourists! we've opted to head to Tour Montparnasse. While it is an ordinary modern office building from outside, it is the highest building in Paris, and on the 59th floor there is a glassed in viewing platform, from which you can see for around 40 km in ...
... paintings, it was easy to pick out the most famous by the 4-5 tour groups and the amount of people at a piece of work. I randomly wandered into the Italian art wing and found the Mona Lisa. You can see in my picture there were a good 100 people there, but thanks to my zoom I have a souvenir/picture. Well the amount of people, the heat (no air conditioning) and all the walking around I needed a bit of downtime. I headed out of the Louvre to check ...
... the way, we stopped by the Canadian war memorial, and were able to see the trenches that had been dug during the war and the monument erected to commemorate it.
Back on the bus, we were slightly disappointed to see that the weather hadn't picked up, and worried that we'd be settng up our tents in the rain. Sure enough, as we arrived in Paris, we were shown how to set up our two - man tents while our bags lay in the rain until ...