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Our last day in Paris began with a walk down the Champs after a quick breakfast. We were intent on visiting the Grand Palais. Many of the museums in Paris are closed on Mondays but the Palais was open. After finding another ridiculously long queue we left and walked toward the Hotel Des Invalides across the Seine. As we walked Kamal and I realized we hadn't taken a river cruise. We found a 1 hour tour and walked down to Pont Neuf (the northern most tip of ...
... confident they may have been, but their accuracy was another matter. But between them they got us to a point where the last lady we asked really knew what she was talking about, and her confidence was well founded. We really did enjoy the walk, and in the middle of the houses, we saw this windmill. We just kept telling ourselves that the exercise was doing us good. The Museum was wonderful. It was closed from 2004 to 2013 for ...
... 8230;only just making it in time. Everything so efficient, do you spot a wrongly priced product at the supermarket (Jumbo people!), tell the manager and you get the product for free, happened to me! Everything so quick, I step into the elevator to get to the 22nd floor of my work office in a few seconds, the bus makes it to Central Station in less than 15minutes.Everthing so expensive, no more tea time for a few rupees, Haku has his own train ticket (3 euro each ...
... is weird to me and still don't understand the hoopla about it as we were dropped off on a "mud island" with a boat full of tourists and walked through water and mud. After walking through the murky watery mud, we went into a picturesque little town on an island. Here we refreshed ourselves with delicious beers of course. Monday we slept in and caught a walking tour around the city. It was a very informative three hours wondering through various neighborhoods and ...
... Needless to say, we decided to call it a night.
The following morning we stocked up at breakfast before heading out to the Anne Frank Museum - a museum set in the house where Anne and her Jewish family were in hiding during the Second World War, before they were discovered and shipped off to concentration camps. We arrived early, but there was already a long queue, and it was 2 hours before we could see the front door. Once we were through the door, we commenced the tour ...