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... our way through the security checkpoint and purchased our tickets to enter the museum. As we moved past the ticket collectors and made it into the grand atrium with it’s amazing skylight and massive sculpture collection all of the sudden this smirk passed across Bree’s face as she looked at me and said “Oh yea, I’ve been here before!”. Too funny, especially since she was the one who was so insistent on us waiting in the freezing cold to see ...
... time taking photos of her hilarious reaction on her phone. We had a laugh as we went through the photos. After that drama there was still one snail left on our table and no one else wanted it so I decided not to let it go to waste.
Back on the bus we drove past the Arc De Trimphe on the roundabout. At this roundabout you always have to give way to oncoming traffic which produces some interesting problems but also seems to work. Once we got through that ...
... and very much out of our price range. We got back on the bus around 4 and did a different route before alighting at Montmentre.
We went to the Basilica of Sacred Ceour. What a beautiful church and the views of Paris are legendary. Even though we were tired, it was worth the effort. The artist community of Montmentre surrounds the church. There are lots of artists shops and the whole area was really worth ...
... 1885. Because of this, tourists and others are asked to dress
appropriately when visiting the basilica and to observe silence as much
as possible, so as not to disturb persons who have come from around the
world to pray in this place of pilgrimage.
... Akira and Erwan. They happened to coincidently suggest the bar below my apartment as our meeting point. Which suited me perfectly as I didn't have to venture far and get lost on day 1. (A good first omen that this trip was the right thing to do:)
I then spent the next 3 days walking until I could walk no more. And then obviously thereafter had amazing afternoon naps before heading out for the evening.
THE SUN ONLY SETS ...