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... They say you could spend a solid seven years exploring the Lourve and still not see everything!! The Pantheon of Paris is where are the important people are buried - mainly men, other than Marie Currie, and very recently two more women were added. It is actually a Catholic church. In Paris there are 20 districts, all with their own mayor! Aapparently this is an administrative nightmare. The guillotine was invented as a more humane way of executing people - they ...
... his own little gang conducting an America's Cup across the pond. At least it sounded that important as they ran and shouted their way around for an hour. It could have been more, I drifted off to a blissful snooze in the shade :)
Whenever it was we were ready to move we headed back in to St Germain stopping for drinks in the shade every few blocks - definitely more on drink than ...
... is something to see. I do not understand why the Mona Lisa is such a big deal though. There was a HUGE crowd in front of her just to see this tiny painting. That being said the whole Louvre was crowded. From there we had a quick glance at the Arc de Triumph, and the back to the hostel for a nap. We also did stop for some authentic French pastors which were heavenly. In the evening we went back to the Eiffel tower to see it all lit up, plus it sparkles on the hour. We were going ...
... metro to Montmatre.
It is just a boring viewing place where my mum and dad decided to go. We walked around the streets.
I thought Paris was as good as I had thought, because the Eiffel tower was massive .
It is two meters higher then Q1. And in the Lourve we saw the most famous painting in the world.
And Christmas was different but still very fun as always.
I loved Paris so much.
... understood, needs no language . . . "stank eye" . . .to convey myself, while the poor young lady's real parents hustled her away to the cafeteria.
i suppose the poor thing will forever have a bitter taste in her mouth, as may her parents. Such a pity. What should have been an inspiring visit to see some of the great art treasures of the world was likely ruined. . . As adolescent embarrassment can . . by a misunderstanding.