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... masterpieces trail then went back to see any extra pieces we were interested in. We were there for more than 4 hours! We saw the major works including Venus de Milo, Diana of Versailles, Michelangelo's Slaves, The Victory of Samothrace, The Coronation of Emperor Napoleon I, The Wedding Feast at Cana, The Raft of the Medusa, Psyche Revived by Cupid's Kiss, The Coronation of the Virgin, The Seated Scribe, and of course Mona Lisa. The ...
... shared between four kept coming, six in total I think, each with different toppings. After lunch, we caught the metro to the Louvre, where we would spend the afternoon. After a while queueing in the mall underneath the museum, we were in.
The Louvre is ridiculously big. We started with the sculptures, which were pretty amazing. The amount of detail achieved with the basic tools around hundreds of years ago is incredible. We then moved upstairs to 'decorative arts' which is more ...
... the hop on bus, which I'd planned on doing tomorrow, when the weather was better. I walked the 30 mins or so in already soggy shoes over to the tower. I forgot to mention, yesterday, when i was walking along the Seine, a man "found" a gold ring on the ground in front of me and looked so surprised by it. I looked at it politely and when he tried to give it to me, I just walked away. He yelled at my back for a while and then I forgot about it. Well, today, a woman and her ...
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Sadly love and tours sometimes don't marry, and thus it was with this experience.
Firstly we took a cab back to the Marais district (where we had been walking all the morning). Then we boarded a bus full of tourists, mainly australian. Now don't get me wrong, I mean I am one of them, but when you get on a bus and some guy starts singing "The wheels on the bus go round and round" you know you ...