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surreptitiously strings a wire between the two towers of Notre-Dame and
tight-rope walks ...
... on through the gardens. They were quite pretty. Eli and I flopped on the grass for a bit before continuing walking. I’m a bit disappointed with my photos – they don't show how nice it really is. I would love to live there! I think Hugo and Maddie would love it too!!
We headed back home after this going the same way we came. In the La Defense Station a homeless person was sitting there and next to him was a cat cage and two cats were sleeping on top of ...
... of novel in Paris but it's pretty high so a trip to the top gives you a really good view of Paris.
Then we stopped in at a Starbucks to regroup. The rain was persisting down and I needed wifi. Starbucks has been my one consistent through this trip. Except for Adam of course!!!! Anyway once the rain slowed we headed off for the catacombs. That was funny!!!! The queue was enormous and therefore horrendous. We stood in line for a bit but then called it. Came back to ...
... panes, and a biblical story was relayed in these stained-glass scenes from left to right, bottom to top. "It's like a bible comic book!". It captivated the boys interest and they really appreciated the level of detail that was required.
We visited a sombre monument to acknowledge the 200,000 French citizens who experienced Nazi concentration camps. The boys were very respectful as we toured the site, and ...
... farm. We simply ran out of oomph. We even paid to ride the silly petit train back up from the Queen's Palace to the Chateau. The cobblestones made walking very difficult.
It was very crowded, and most people took selfies, or had someone take their carefully staged and posed photo in front of Simply Everything. Of course, that meant no-one could read the blurbs about each exhibit. I didn't take many photos, but a lot of ...