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... in London. I had a look inside, but couldn’t bring myself to pay over 20 dollars to walk around the whole inside. That seems steep to visit a church, and be forbidden to take photos to boot.
I made my way down to the Thames and across London Bridge, shooting video or photos as I went. One of the things on my mental list of places to visit was the HMS Belfast, a light cruiser from WW2 that is permanently anchored in the Thames as a museum. This ...
As we had asked for "priority" (early) disembarkation so we had plenty of time to make our connection for Paris, the alarm was set for 5.30, then it was down to check in our hand luggage so we didn't have to cart it around, to reception with the signed copy of our bill, and to the dining room for our final breakfast - I couldn't face breakfast on the 11th floor at the buffet - it's always chaos. After that, it was off to collect our hand luggage and ...
... houses Paris's first university, which is also said to be the first university in the world. Passing back via Notre Dame, we then make our way along the Seine River, crossing it again near the Musee d'Orsay, which now holds mostly French impressionist and post-impressionist works from the likes of Renoir, Monet and Van Gogh. Musee d'Orsay was formerly a railway station until its conversion in 1986. Now on to the square where the most ...
... Crocodile Dundee on TV in our room...in French. Something's not quite right with Mick Dundee having a French accent].
Anyway, we made it to our hotel. Awesome location. Nice room. Has a bath. Always a bonus. Also has a view from our window out to Notre Dame Cathedral.
Adam was pretty organised last night so we were out almost straight away. We were off to a classical concert ...
Well in one day we covered a lot of ground! We left our flat at 930, thinking it was a late start, only to find the boulangerie next to our apartment was closed. C'est dommage! We took the metro and emerged at Place de la Concord, not quite prepared for the scene waiting for us. Our jaws dropped! The obelisk, the space, the grandness of it all, and - oh yes, there was the Eiffel Tower in the distance! If we had been more perceptive we would ...