Hotel Exe Paris Centre
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... when you got closer and looked carefully, you could see that the column was completely covered in small writing - the Hammurabic Code! This was a representation of one of the earliest known sets of laws that were set down so that anyone who read them could understand them. It felt so weird being able to actually see it with my own eyes.
By this time, I had been wandering around the Louvre for about four hours and, as my legs were threatening to go on strike, I decided that my ...
... the next train.
The Louvre is definitely a must see in Paris, but sadly, during the summer months it is so crowded that it's nothing but frustrating trying to get around and enjoy the art. There are large tour groups all around you, plus the general public, and you are being jostled every which way. We did our best to avoid the crowds and see the highlights and then got out of there!
The rest of the afternoon was spent letting ...
... totally free - it was the government's attempt to curb the pollution levels in the city that had risen above Beijing's. Must suck to be Beijing, being the benchmark for having deadly air. Anyways, score for us! Good weekend to go, as it turns out. We didn't pay for any transport, but poor old Julie had a few puffs of the inhaler to keep her respiratory system somewhat functional. I have another idea about curbing pollution in France - perhaps ...
... of the church which was so intricate and beautiful. B-man took lots of photos for his mom because she would love to visit the church.
Food in Paris
During our long walk, we took a break to sit down at a cafe. Together we had our first Parisian lattes over lunch. We also managed to get into a restaurant extremely close to the Eiffel Tower for dinner without a reservation! We definitely lucked out.
Countdown to Midnight
For the ...
We left Reims after breakfast and tried to drive into the city centre. We decided we were getting nowhere and needed to get to Paris as it was about a 2 hour drive. We had organised to meet the girls at the apartment at 12 o'clock to collect the key. We had no trouble driving into the city area, however we needed petrol for the hire car and had to find a petrol station. We ended up driving down a one way street where 3 ...