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... take a noisy, crammed and smelly train…. So, instead of enduring all of this in a train, we had the joy of experiencing it in peak hour Parisian traffic that even included a traffic jam through a rather long tunnel. Well, perhaps the tunnel was not that long, however, when you are more often stationary than moving, it seemed very long. None the less we made the most of the drive and turned it into another adventure playing numerous car games including our favourites ...
Here it is, our last day in Paris. We didn't have a lot planned for the day, but we did want to see a bit more of the city before getting on the train to Versailles. We started the day by checking out of our hotel and going across town to try some good eats in the hipster neighborhoods of Paris. We ran across some trendy little spots, but eventually found ...
... path). So we opt for the golf cart, which is extremely slow, but fun anyhow. We were able to stop at both the Grand and Petite Trianon for a quick run through; the Grand is definitely much more impressive, while the Petite is really just a super small French Chateau with some stone flooring and walls. On the ride back Heather took us the wrong direction and the cart automatically shut off, which then required me to drag it around 180 degrees so that it ...
... and look at navigation on phone. Biking in this city isn't as bad as London but you still have to be careful. There are busses, scooters, and taxis that also use the bike lanes but here it seems all of them are less out to kill you than London was. Happens to be a protest today marching through the city so I had to navigate that a bit. They tend to not stop at crosswalks so any turning through the protest was impossible. I had to race up the hill by the University of Paris to ...
... hot sandwiches- M and family used to eat!). Tres delicieux. We really enjoyed Rodin's works, (including the Mappelthorpe and Rodin exhibit, nothing like some powerful naked figures to get your morning started!); he was incredible and made hundreds of sculptures, pieces that were beautiful examples of the body, but also pieces that told stories. And the museum is in a lovely garden with sculptures scattered throughout, including the building ...