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... and all the little things along the way that give this city its incredible historical status. In the afternoon, we took a well earned boat ride along The Seine and soaked up the summer sun. That evening we dolled ourselves up for a night at the Moulin Rouge which was a very entertaining night. After a bit of sleep in from our massive first day we travelled to Vernon by fast train and visited the famous chateau and gardens of Claude Monet. The town Giverny, where Monet lived ...
Well an interesting night. Despite our bunnies being relatively comfortable, with the noise of the train and lights going past and the not unpleasant rocking and rolling we only slept fitfully. Awake at 6.30am we made a quick foray to the loo along the corridor before anyone else was about and had a strip wash in our bijou washroom in a cupboard. Dressed ...
I got up in my super-comfy bed, took my time getting showered and ready for the day, finished off some of the cheese from yesterday, and headed over to drop my stuff at my sister's hotel. From there, we metroed to where my Aunt was staying and had a nice breakfast in a French cafe. Mmmmmm to nutella banana crepes.
We got a glimpse of the outside of the Louvre as well, but despite having the Paris museum pass, we didn't get a chance to pop in. According to the ...
... Tiley's padlock which she placed on their only a couple of years ago, but we were unsuccessful at finding it. From there we went to the Catacombs, where we walked a great distance to reach the dead bodies. Here we witnessed thousands of skeletons of those who were buried far beneath the ground without an official burial/tombstone. They were just ...
... before heading to Napoleon's Apartment. Once at the Apartment, I was impressed by the grande style. Everything was over the top. The finest of fabrics and the largest of chandeliers. Of Course he had to have at least for chandlers in each room. Impressive! So I've spent about 4 hours in the museum. I need to find way out. I've gone up and down flights of stairs all in different parts of this museum. I have no clue where I am. I see Sortie "Exit" signs everywhere but ...