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... in the Egyptian antiquities, we called it a day. We exited back in the Tuileries Gardens, before crossing back to take some photos of the pyramid at night. It proved another marvellous sight. Our schedule was starting to tighten, so we found a cafe nearby and ordered. Forty minutes later we were on the move again, my stomach rumbling from hunger. My "well done" burger hadn't seen a flame and was red raw. It was disgusting, but we didn't have time to send it back. Instead we found ...
... The Louvre was opened to the public in 1793 under Louis XVI so that the public could see the collection of the royal paintings. After the fall of the Second Empire in 1870 the Louvre became a public building. Many upgrades were done throughout the following decades, with more and more halls opening to the public. Okay enough history! Many of the sculptures are very life like and I am amazed at how the artist could take a hunk of marble and turn it into something so ...
... similar to what he had walked into the shop with. So even though it was only about 2 weeks later Kev now needed another haircut. We found many coiffures on our walk but were impressed by a Turkish man in a little salon who seemed to have a fairly steady stream of French men arriving for their haircut. He did an exceptional job for only 10€. Considering Kev's amazing haircut last year when we were actually in Turkey it may have to be a condition, that his ...
... as the city's famous sights drew closer, the charm of the city rose. We checked into our hotel and as a group enjoyed monfries and confit of duck, french onion soup and... snails. All dishes were delish. We toured all the major sights at night, the stonework was incredible. Some beers before bed, then sleep ready for a day exploring the city the next ...
... scene there are numerous stone plaques along the way, inscribed with pithy insights about life and death. We spent about 1.5 hours underground and thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience.
After a nap back at our hotel, we went back out to explore. We walked along the Seine and checked out the bridges that have recently become festooned with "lovers' locks", a viral movement where ...