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... walked up to the castle for a look-see, but we were pretty hungry and ended up eating at the only place we could find close to the bnb...called Plein Sud - not much was open either. I had a nice roast chicken leg and hubby had a pizza. I liked the chicken, but the pizza was not very good - a little burned and more like a frozen pizza. Then we went back to the room to relax after a long stressful day of sitting on trains and in cars!
... but just because I long to make a difference in our world and this doesn't come from some egotistical passion; it stems out of love.
As Saint Therese, the little flower says, "my vocation is love".
And as they say in Les Mis "to love another person is to see the face of God".
I hope I am able to do that; love people where they are at and see God in everyone I come in contact with; especially the ones I struggle with.
... the pyramid to wait for the doors to
open. Once they did, those holding tickets all walked straight in.
We knew it would get busy so we headed straight to the Mona
Lisa. We were able to be there by about 9:10 and we got to stand right at the
front of the viewing area as there were not many people around at that time
yet. After this we explored some of the rest of the Louvre and saw Venus de
Milo and the Grand Sphinx. We also saw many other amazing sculptures ...
... we did a little more research on the best days and hours to visit the Louvre. All were unanimous in suggesting that the nights the museum is open late are the most enjoyable, so we try our luck tonight - a what luck! We breeze through security, stand in line for tickets with maybe 7 other people, and literally waltz right into the Denon wing to see the grand galleries. What a breath of fresh air! We stroll through ...
Once again we headed off to the Metro after a hearty breakfast. We were armed with maps, coins for the ticket machines (which we had mastered) and of course backpacks stuffed with cameras, video recorders and mobile phones.
Today we had planned a big sightseeing day. On our bus trip yesterday we passed through the Place de la Concorde [The Place de la Concorde, is one of the major public ...