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... and 4 Corcoran's) - The great Canadian Pub, Quai de Conti, Latin quarter - Galway Irish pub, on the seine, Latin quarter, where we had a good chat with Peter the barman from Tarniet. - Aussie bar, rue St Dennis, 2 arr (yes we know, an Aussie bar which happened to be packed to the rafters with...Frenchies!!) - McBrides, rue St Dennia, where we got beaten 3-1 in pool by 2 French girls Julienne and a gorl with a weird French name which we both ...
... palaces turned art museums we've been to, the Louvre is our favorite by far, much more so than the Hermitage. The design is lovely, the rooms are spacious and air conditioned, the restrooms were cleaner and more prevalent, and overall it felt like a polished modern museum set in a gorgeous historical building. We will definitely be back to see even more of what the Louvre has to offer.
We went to the wing with the Greek Antiquities first. At the top of ...
... not know when we will see each other again. But hopefully, it won't be long before we see each other again (and for that matter, it won't be long until I am back again). In the meantime, I am excited to be heading back to New York for a few days to see and stay with my sister, potentially catch up with a few people I know and then some. To be ...
... It looked like the ideal setting for "Phantom of the Opera". We could just see the scene "Masquerade Ball" being presented on the amazing staircase. It is very large and the auditorium holds 1900 people. As you can see from the photos it is quite some place. There is a room at the front of the building which reminded us the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles - just as 'golden', reflective and stunning! On a number of the walls in various foyers ...
... to our hotel, situated in Earl's Court. Once we got into the area, and found our hostel, we were amazed at how it could be so cheap, as the area was so peaceful and clean (not that we were complaining). The hostel was also a two minute walk to the tube station, and had a lot of very cheap places around it. It safe to say ill be considering staying back here, if ever in need of accommodation in London again. After a cheap dinner at the hostel (€3 for a cheeseburger), I ...
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