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Part 1: Despite having a late night yesterday Amy and I got going quite early today to get to the Louvre and try to beat the crowds. We arrived at about 8.30 or so and found the secret entrance that Ruben put us on to. There wasn't much of a line up but by the time 9am came when the Louvre opens the queue was quite long. We got in quickly and went straight to the Mona Lisa. There was a bit of a crowd already there but I was somewhat underwhelmed by the painting, ...
... to see so we carried on and visited the hotel de ville which was the government building but was an ornate building and was beautiful to see. We then wandered to see both the place des Vosges and the place de la Bastille - these were lovely squares. Following this we wandered by the canal st Martin. After a tiresome day we headed for some dinner on an outside terrace which was tasty and very relaxing before heading back to ...
... up going to get a sandwich and water while waiting in line. We were getting nervous because we still had to go get our stuff from the hostel and get to the train station in time for our train. By the time we got in, we had about an hour until our self-made time limit where we had to go. Man, we raced through it all. I didn’t mind since I saw it all last year. It actually isn’t all that much and we did it in 50 minutes.
We rushed back to the metro ...
... abide the crime of leaving a dessert. It's a species of food that needs to be respected in ways a savoury dish just doesn't even know about.
Who Am I And WHAT Am I Doing Here??
So, from the get-go, I was an Australian among strangers. Yes, I did have a quiet panic attack. "Who am I, why am I here? I don't belong here". I wasn't sure if they were appreciating my exotiquailty or judging my foreigner status. When I gave the man my passport as I ...
When I embarked on the travel blog idea I did not fully appreciate the sense of responsibility that accompanies it. After such a pedestrian post yesterday I awoke feeling a obligation to make today noteworthy for my 2 readers. I started the day with a lovely croissant and escargot du raisin from our local artisan boulangerie. Stephen finally picked up on my increasingly unsubtle suggestions that I would like to awake and swan out to ...
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