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... the labyrinth of crypts and tombstones where more than 1,000,000 people have been laid to rest, including, Oscar Wilde, Edith Piaf, Frédéric Chopin and of course, Jim Morisson.
A metro ride back to our hotel and dinner at our restaurant as we now prepare ourselves to embark on a new destination, saying, "Bonne nuit et adieu Paris......until we meet again!"
Bonne nuit Beaumont!
... tonight. We are all on different schedules but managing to see and do things without too much difficulty.
Food has been an issue in the past 24 hrs but there are so many little shops in our neighbourhood we have managed to now stock up on some supplies. GF has been a major issue this trip and we are seeing signs of gluten madness. We have been told by a Parisian in Victoria that the wheat here ...
... I follow! Why not, right? I make my way to the Ferris wheel and realize this is the beginning of Champ Élysées. At a nice nice surprise. Also, this is the moment I lay eyes on the Eiffel Tower. Wow, I got goosebumps. It's structure stands tall and dominants the sky line. It's beginning to get dark and as I am awestruck by the view, the tower starts the first light show of the evening. I have to pinch myself! Taking a billion pictures, I carry on and begin ...
... to get a reservation for your remains. For us, we couldn’t even get in the building because it was closed for renovations.
The Pantheon is directly across the street from the University of Paris, another impressive structure.
Continuing our stroll we came to the Jardin du Luxembourg. In 1612 Marie de Medici, a recent widow of King Henry IV, decided she wanted ...
... switching hostels. We moved to a really great little private hostel a bit out of the way but much less busy and crowded. We went to see the Musee d'Orsay and spent hours touring through the many stories. We were able to see Van Gogh and Monet and a few other incredible artists from both of our favorite style of Impressionism. We wandered down the river and found the famous lock bridge where people leave padlocks on a bridge to symbolize eternal ...