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Today's Adventures: - Le Catacombs de Paris - Pompidou Centre - Le Louvre Musée - Champ Elysées - Arc De Triomphe Is it 8:15am?!? It's completely dark outside. I thought I woke up at 8pm, Saturday night after only taking a nap! Whoa. I feel refreshed this morning though. I slept for 13 hours straight. I didn't even prepare for bed. I kind of just saw the bed and crashed upon entering my room. I was just physically and mentally exhausted. After getting dressed, ...
... we arrived for Mass. We went there last Sunday as well, but for 11.30 Mass, and the queues to get into the Church – to see it, not to go to Mass – were so long we weren’t sure at first whether we could go in to Mass. After Mass we found a small park at the back of Notre Dame and Audrey, Esther and I played on the roundabout. We then went for falafels in the Jewish Quarter, nearby to where we are staying, and brought them back to the flat to eat.
... man band on the corner where the Jazz trio were last night. This man can play the drums and the mouth organ AND the Guitar all at the same time and sing. Well worth the money he was collecting.
Off to bed now, up at 6.30 in the morning for the flight to Rome then by car to Cortona for a 2 week stay at the Villa. Hope to have lots of wine, food and good company. Well, not really hoping for, we are sure to have all three.
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... to make it up the various staircases to reach the Sacre Coeur on top of the hill.
Approaching the basilica from the rear we ended up having to walk through some very cute but very touristy streets in Montmarte. Dozens of people were offering impromptu portraits using a range of utencils including pencils, pens and coloured markers. The usual suspects tried to flog their bags, Eiffel Towers ...
... Rome, I think Paris is a place where you need a plan of attack, and a few days (Weeks?) to do it in. Two and a half days is just not enough, and you just end up rushing stuff, regretting not getting to some places, and feeling you've wasted time at others.
For London, we've decided to hit the Big Red Bus Tour again, but on our first proper day here. That way we can see all the general tourist ingredients that you expect in the ...