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... fell over the edge multiple times trying to get a prime photograph with our faces and the rest of Paris in the background. Again, unbelievable sight.
Afterward we all went to an erotic art museum near the Moulin Rouge that we thought would be interesting. It was not. This entire thing was one of the most traumatizing experiences of my life. It was so incredibly bizarre and random and not professionally done at all and creepy and we were the only ones there except this ...
... of rail transport!
Aurelie was very disappointed that we had such bad weather for our day in Paris but we were just happy we managed to spend the day with her and do some catching up!
We will have another chance on our return in a couple of weeks but will have to decide between a couple of sights that cannot be successfully seen in one day, Versailles and the Louvre.
We got up early to drive into Paris before the rush hour traffic but found we were locked in until 7am. It didn't matter in the end as the drive to the Bois de Boulogne park where the camp is was pretty much straight through and really easy. And the traffic was light - possibly being August and many Parisians are away on holiday. As we couldn't check in until 2pm we parked up by the hippodrome which was constantly in use by cyclists and ...
... through the happiest
cruise that ever sailed around the word - “it’s a small world”
Boarded a galaxy fighter and were ported to the
planet of Zorg to assist Buzz Lightyear in his quest to fight the evil Captain
Zorg. We had laser guns and had to shoot targets to get points. Roberta managed
to shoot more evil men than me which may have to do with the fact that she was
controlling the movement of our galaxy fighter ...
Today we slept in, much needed. But we still packed a lot in! Our day started (at 10 much to the delight of the kiddos) on the Metro to Montmartre. We were serenaded on out train ride by a clarinet and saxophone playing "The Saints Go Marching In" and "Hava Nagila" and there was kind of a scary looking dude with a mohawk head banging to his headphones. Thankfully they got off after one stop. Montmartre is a neat little ...