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Travel Blogs from Paris
... br> This morning Randy ran across the street to the closest patisserie and picked up fresh quiche lorraine and chocolate croissants for breakfast...talk about an indulgence! The croissants in Paris are unrivaled. They are buttery, flaky and light, and perfect.
After breakfast we set out for The Louvre. To get anywhere quickly and cheaply, the best bet is the Metro, which is akin to the New York City subway. We bought our passes and ...
... br> On our first afternoon in Paris we just planned on going for a short stroll but ended up walking about 4 kilometres, buying a museum pass, putting a family lock on the lock bridge, visiting Orsay Museum, Saint-Chapelle and Notre-Dame Cathedral. We were a little tired when we got back to apartment!
Orsay Museum is housed in what used to be Orsay railway station which was built for the world exhibition ...
Damn. Entrance is free if your under 18 or under 25 as an EU citizen. So close but yet so far.
To be honest I've been disappointed with museums in Europe so far. Most notably the Vatican. Very dark, poor layout and not exciting. The Louvre has changed that. One of the best I've been to. Bright and inviting. Wonderful layout and of course great pieces of history. They have an audio guide that comes on a Nintendo 3DS and shows your location via GPS. An ...
We caught the overnight train from Berlin to Paris. Unfortunately, my thoughts about the experience were full of the romance of the Orient Express. I had thought that the journey would be would be spent in the dining car chatting to interesting Europeans or enjoying our quaint 6 berth couchette! Horrors! No dining car! 6 large people in a room the size of a bathroom! No reisling! Dennis and the kinder must have been expecting the 4:20 to Marrickville, because ...
... not feel the comfort of a home for a very long time. His name is Cedric; we met on the airplane from London to Paris and immediately hit it off. His English is very good; he spent a number of months in the US for work; however, he stayed in Arkansas which I told him is not representative of the US :)
He has a motocycle and he gave me a personalized tour of Paris!! I have no photos as I was riding on the back of a motorcycle but I have ...
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