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... financial district in Lyon so we saw a lot of bank head office buildings (all which were closed) and thought about how easy it would be to go to a bank and takeout money - if only we could figure out how to call them! As we were wandering around we started checking out menus at the open bistros for lunch. Burgers are a big thing in France. We had lunch at King Marcel - similar to Clive Burger back home. Who would have thought one of the best burgers ...
... was smothered by metal locks with the initials of couples who have visited previously. The idea behind the locks is that you place your lock somewhere on the bridge and throw the key into the river to bring you and your partner eternal love and happiness. As we walked along the bridge, a man was playing an accordion, while locals were selling locks, and tourists were taking photos or sitting by the river soaking up the sun. Although ...
... After dinner in the Latin quarter we headed for the Moose bar. It's a Canadian bar, and Ivan likes his Canadians!! Only this time Ivan started chatting up an Albanian lass named Emma. Ivan got her details with a promise to catch up next time he was a The Moose. Sunday was race day. The Pric l'Arc de Triomphe, described over here as the greatest thoroughbred race in the world, although the Melbourne Cup and Kentucky Derby were mentioned as worthy contenders. How ...
... were greeted with a huge statue of Louis XIV on this horse. It was amazing! But behind it, past two large expanses of open space was the Chateau itself, complete with its gilded fence. Tickets into Versailles were easy to get, the line was short. However, the line through security took us nearly two hours. If I counted right, the line looped along itself 6 times, each time, nearly 2 blocks ...
Today we visited the Louvre Museum. The building used to be the fortified castle --> home of French Kings until 1790's when they moved to Versailles --> now museum. You would recognize it with the glass pyramid. We were supposed to have a guide bring us around and show us the highlights. There is over 9 miles of museum so it is impossible to see everything in one day - let alone 2 hours. However, since Gma wanted a wheelchair - we would have to go on our own with ...