Citadines Maine Montparnasse Paris
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... were going from the same platform, same side. One to watch out for in future!
On our walk home through our end of the 'Latin Quarter' there were still a reasonable number of diners and drinkers at 1:30am enjoying themselves in a very relaxed and non threatening manner - typical of a big city that I guess 'never sleeps'. It was just about 2am by the time we hit the pillows after our very big day, thinking of a nice sleep in ahead of our last day in Paris.
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We left the apartment about 8pm and found our way to a different Metro station at Saint Lazare and caught the green 12 train straight through to Montparnasse Tower so we could use our pass to go up to the 59th floor where there is an observation deck. Sunset was at 8.45 and we must have got there about then as there was a bit of pink in the sky but it ...
... everything else in between. Billy decided against stepping foot on the the love lock bridge. The idea of locking in eternal love put him in a mild panic. He tried to brush it off as a lame thing to do, play it cool etc. Lucky for him the only love I was wanting to lock in was my love for pastries. I think it's best to point out now that we walked every piece of pavement Paris could offer us. We admired the buildings and the beauty of the Parisian ...
Yesterday began with a trip to Europe's largest, greatest and oldest museum, the Louvre. This museum is housed in the former Royal Palace which was built in stages over eight centuries by Louis XIV, Louis XV and Louis XVI. After Louis XVI was beheaded, the people of France converted the palace to an art gallery and Versailles became the official seat of ...
... you greet someone, you have to give them a kiss on each cheek, but why? I don't really know, but it's a French custom. Aunty had prepared a very big dinner for everyone. We were so hungry after such a long day and the food was so yummy. After dinner, all the kids watched TV as the adults kept talking. My uncle has a son and he has an Xbox so we played that until it was time to go bed. Bonne nuit!