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As autumn seems to have arrived we donned our jackets and set off for the Louvre. It seems along with half the population of Paris. On the first Sunday of the month, that is today, all the museums are free. There was also a marathon in the centre of town today which added to the crowd numbers. As we couldn't even find the end of the queue at the Louvre we decided to go to the Champs Elysees. We walked up one side and down the other. ...
As usual here in Paris, we're doing as the locals do and getting out of bed nice and late, even more so when it's Sunday. Most unlike us, but when in Paris... This morning, there seemed to be an unusual amount of activity outside our window in the street below. First, several groups of high school kids arrived, and a few minutes later when we looked out, the street was blocked off by dozens of taxis parked three deep. Most strange. Next thing, we heard a brass ...
... head back up and have no one else in the room for our sleep.
The next day we have a plan day and after paying excessively for internet usage ash finally gets an email through to the bank to sort out phone details. We go for a walk around the canal once more and have a meat plate from the kiosks on the water when it starts rain again. We head back and get the train to the airport without issue for once and we chill out and relax before our trip into Spain and the real fun ...
... to produce our best skills. Gee did that bring back childhood memories for me.
Continued walking through the back Streets towards the Eiffel Tower seeing how many times we could see it inbetween buildings and trees along the way.
We have fond memories from our previous visits to this magnificent monument, especially New Years Eve 2010/2011 but still managed to take a truck load of photos keeping in mind this is Summer and our previous trip was in ...
... us there once we spotted the signs! We hopped aboard and traveled twelve stops in where we transferred to our new train!
It took us a few minutes to orient ourselves and figure out where we needed to go to connect to the next train (once again two diagonally down pointing arrows that point at the same place means walk straight...) but I spotted the sign closer up and Claire knew we needed to go back upstairs from there! ...