Chateau de Grande Romaine
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... of the Mona Lisa, a painting that receives extra special status like I have never seen before. Now that Mona Lisa was under my belt, I could take my time. And I did; I spent 4 hours in the Louvre before I just couldn't take it anymore. There is just too much to see. The thought of trying to see all of it only creates a splitting headache, and I did get one after four hours in there. The most moving experience was seeing the Venus de Milo. We had a mini Venus de Milo statue ...
PARIS JUNE 5,2015
Today we are in Paris. We arrived yesterday late afternoon. It was very exciting as we came into view of the Eiffel Tower and the Statue of Liberty. They served champagne on deck and there was much celebrating and drinking. We then had a briefing on things to see in Paris. There is a very large balloon anchored next to our boat that goes up about 100 feet in the air. It has a metal ...
... long line at L'as du Falafel. Guys were taking our order and our money on the street and we walked up to the window to get our falafel. It did not disappoint! It was my absolute FAVORITE sandwich in France bar none! We walked to find a park close by (via my navigation), and ate our delightful sandwiches. Eventually we made our way back to our apartment, tired from two days away in Normandy and a lot of walking today. We decided it was a great day ...
... the beautifully complex Gothic architecture. I think that it is much more beautiful from the back!
We then headed to Les Halles where I purchased my very first foreign SIM card. Even with a huge data plan, it is still a fraction of the cost of my Canadian carrier. (LOVING my new unlocked Blackberry Passport).
We ate a massive lunch at Au Pied du Cochon. It was an amazingly stereotypical ...
Today we got up a bit earlier (cough cough) at 9:30. I mentioned to Aidan that one of the best things about today was we were getting paid for site seeing in Paris! We went around the corner to our nearby Brasserie for a cafe au lait and a croissant before dealing with the metro. Once again Aidan's 5 day ticket didn't work so had to get it replaced. Hassle free. We jumped our train and managed the transfer seamlessly. Off to the Palis Royale and Musee du Louvre. I thought we'd spend a ...