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Day 37 - Finish our MSC cruise in Genoa & fly to Paris
This morning we were up early, had our last buffet breakfast and was ready to disembark...but as per MSC standards disembarkment was running late. Eventually we were off the cruise in Genoa Italy, in a taxi and on our way to the airport. The airport was small and hot. We were pushed, people here do not understand the lining up concept so they push in and few staff can speak english (or pretend they ...
... are so fresh and healthy tasting is since are allowed to use only 4 ingredients are allowed (wheat, water, salt and yeast), we felt quite good about pigging out on baguette which the kids have also taken quite a liking to.
The metro: I’ve absolutely fallen in love with the Paris metro. I like everything about the Paris Metro - the network of trains, the huge airy oval cross-sectioned stations, the tiled frames of the advertisement hoardings, the history, ...
... Melbourne, but watch if it does. Naturally it will depend on how each one is managed and the service you receive, but we were very impressed by this branch. We never saw any in Paris, or at least we don't recall seeing one. We also purchased two more of their flutes to have on the train. (Just eaten and yum!)
It was now quite sunny so we walked around seeing some areas we had only seen at night. There is an old arcade called Passage Sargent - we had also read ...
... have been housed. So after a very creepy walk of a few hundred meters in a tunnel a way below the ground where Adam couldn't even stand upright you come to hundreds of metres of bones. Skulls and tibias stacked on top of each other. So many. It was quite the experience. While I appreciated it I couldn't get out of there fast enough. 'Twas a little claustrophobic to say the least. Was so happy to break out into the open air.
From there we legged it to Museum d'Orsay. ...