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This final day in Paris we awoke early again to jump on the
subway train to the Palace or Chateau of Versailles. Today's weather is not as
great as it has been so we are bundled up and carrying umbrellas. This is our
first attempt at navigating the subway train lines and with our Paris Pass we
have unlimited use of riding the local buses and trains. It was fairly easy to
figure out how to get there, coming back ended up being a bit different. ...
... gardens near the Louvre where we shared our first (of an expected million) Nutella crepe. Back at Fat Tire headquarters we only had half an hour before our night tour began. We had a new guide this time, a young kiwi fellow named Louis. Though the sun hadn't quite set yet, we would be cycling around once it was dark and so we wore super stylish high vis vests. We cycled around some of the same areas with a few new ones including the Notre Dame. Seeing the Louvre at night all ...
... late back to Notre Dame the day before and had not been able to visit inside, so we hopped on the metro and headed over. We walked through the flower mart on the way there which was really neat. As we got in line for the cathedral, Sunday mass was just beginning. We got to watch the procession with the priests entering. Add the bells ringing in the towers and it was pretty breathtaking experience.
We walked along the Seine River and stopped for a delicious ...
... more than it would have cost us simply to have a bus take us to the train station we would need for the next stage of our travels, we were able to have a bus take us all over Paris on our schedule and learn a few new things. I know for a fact, that the only reason we were able to see everything that we did was because of this bus. Sure it wasn't the quickest way to get from one place to another, but it was the most beautiful.
... and quickly left to locate the Metro. When we found the station we hoped on a tried to organise ourselves. We missed our stop in the process and had to get off and change platforms to head in the right direction. We transfered trains after and traveled to the end of the line. Greg was kind enough to pick us up at the station which was incredibly helpful since we had no idea what bus would take us home.
We arrived home and went straight to bed.