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... on the Tower unless you chose to climb the stairs! Just watch your valuables; there are warnings everywhere about pick pockets.
They paint the tower every 4 years. We heard rumors they may paint it a different color next time, and pink is being considered. So, I for one am happy we saw it now. Although, it has been yellow, and a reddish-brown color in the past.
We walked by the Louvre several times — once in the morning, ...
... large enough for a table and 2 chairs.
Composting - We compost everything possible in San Jose. There’s no composting bin in Paris. Shame shame. For recycling, there are two separate bins for glass bottles and other recyclables but no compost bin. At the start it felt really painful throwing wet waste into the trash. Perhaps composting isn’t done since its costly and difficult to do since its a big city? Not quite the case. In Barcelona I discovered ...
... has inherited the same gene that all little boys around the world have - the need to chase pigeons and yell at them with a huge grin. In addition, curious max has discovered that he does not like the smell of cigarettes. We have had 1,000 discussions about this - why are there cigarettes on the ground, why do people smoke them, why do they ...
... we deserved it). We then walked to the Orsay where we waited in the line for security longer then we were in the actual museum. I think we did it in under 30 minutes. Obviously, Steve and I are not into that era of Art. We then walked to the Louvre going through the gardens on the way. If you are not familiar with the Louvre, it takes up 4-5 city blocks. It is huge. We spent more time there than we did at the Orsay. We saw the Mona ...