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It started out like any other day, the two of us getting ready, we were laughing and arguing. Even arguing is better in Paris. It all started with the washing machine and so called dryer. I couldn't figure out the settings or even how to turn the thing on. An "I want to fluff my shirt for a few mins" turned into a 2 hour wash cycle and 4 hour dry. I was convinced it was going to be Barbie sized by the time it was done. Off to the Louvre we go...and since it was Rio knows ...
... when it was a royal palace. Had a lovely long lunch in the cafe there and then a long walk home. We walked past the apartment we stayed in in 2011 on the way back.
Later in the evening we all went to a Pizza place nearby and had a lovely meal.
A long day but not much more to say about it really. We are spending our days visiting places we missed on the last trip.
... told us about the kings and queens and how they shaped France to the way it is today. The guide was really good and she put a bit of humour into what she did which I liked. We kept on riding until we got to the queens Hamlet where we had a look around. The queens Hamlet is a little village, one queen had made up where she could escape to and act like a normal person. It was very pretty in the village but it was starting to ...
... next stop, the Eiffel Tower. We didn't go up yesterday as we knew we would today. We ate lunch on level one of the tower, and I had a glass of white wine which was possibly the best wine I've had. We got to level one by lift, but did the stairs to level two which was definitely a challenge! The views were amazing. We had to wait for an hour for the next boat, as the one we'd originally been waiting for never came as it was randomly cancelled. Our final stop ...
... and touristy, but I didn’t particularly care. The day was beautiful – sunny in the upper 70s F and dry, lots of people out on the streets enjoying the weather, river banks filled with folks sitting right on the cobblestones and having picnics, boats were passing by, stores were busy and everyone seemed to be in a good mood.
We decided to walk through the streets of St. Germain-des-Pres ...