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Our first stop of the day was the Louvre. We had to wait over an hour in the pouring rain to get inside but it was well worth it. Some amazing art, sculptures, ancient sculptures and pieces were just fantastic to see first hand.
Once our socks dried out we made the trip across Paris to Montmarte and did another walking tour of this area. It was a great way to learn the history of the ...
... had slipped by without us noticing- we had fallen in love. Descending back to the first level we waited for the evening lights to come on and as the hand struck 8 o'clock we were cocooned inside a show of tiny little lights sparkling and flashing all around as the Eiffel Tower lit up. The old memories of an over-commercialised tourist had been squashed, the Eiffel Tower is now in the ranks of one of the best architectural masterpieces and sensory shows of our trip thus ...
... it is a long time since I have been here (1985 actually) and in my mind I might have romanticised it a bit!
Point of interest I forgot to mention - French and particularly Swiss, cars are small, clean and newish. They have laws/systems in place to keep old cars off the roads!!!
Well we've just returned from our first french restaurant in Paris. And although it was full of americans and the staff spoke anglais it was very ...
... and Paris is definitely in that bucket.
We both arrived in Paris by fast train from two different directions on Friday night, for a fun filled long weekend to celebrate Anna's birthday in style. I had managed to get us a really quaint and very French boutique hotel on Champ de Mars, which came with views of the Eiffel tower from the room and was within easy reach of all the main sights via the fantastic metro. After settling in we went and got the first of many ...
... On the metro to there, a homeless gypsy family came on the metro and all of a sudden the mother starts breast feeding in the middle of the crowded train! It was very odd. I had a lovely time with my Parisian friends and they cooked me a galette. It is the salt version of a crepe that comes from their hometown in Brittany, France. I had 3 different types and I added onions, cream, tomatoes, eggs, and cheese to mine. It was really good and simple! If only we had that in ...