Hotel Daunou Opera
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Our day started out like any other day , well except for the fact that we were in Paris.... We made our way to the metro and decided we could figure it all out. It can be quite intimidating when you've had limited exposure to public transportation, aka living in Southern California. We had nothing to lose, no where to be and we had all day to just absorb Paris. Upon exiting the metro we found a nursery like ...
(Not the painting, but the last night with the tour!) Today we are on our own until dinner at 7. We headed out to the Louvre a little ahead of the group, confident that we could manage the Metro. It is not unlike the Underground in London, though perhaps not as convenient. Three line changes, and we were in a vast underground shopping mall beneath the museum. Nothing there was open yet. The entrance there was for people without tickets, and since we had our museum passes, we went up ...
We set out in search of the Eiffel Tower and the Arc De Triomphe. Sunday morning was beautiful and as most of Paris was still inbef, the streets were lovely and peaceful. It didn't take long before we were targeted by the first set of scammers. One girl approached us holding a piece of paper and asked us if we spoke English. Initially, I thought it was someone asking for help but quickly realized that she was a pick pocket and pretty much the same ...
... living there. Once we finished with the tree house we spotted the Pirates of the Caribbean ride and as we like that movie we decided to go on it. It was a bit of a long wait but it wasn't too bad. We got into little boats and me and mum sat up the front. The boat went into a dark tunnel and the ride began. It was like going through a pirate port with pirates and gold everywhere you looked. It wasn't scary but there were a few bumps along the ...
... cream anyways so it didn't matter that nothing else really worked out!
Jack and I have kind of worked together over the past month to make it through the not so fun times of the trip, and enjoyed laughing at the inevitable screw ups that happen. Our new motto for the trip, and life, is "If one thing doesn't work out, it means something better is just around the corner!"