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The day began with a trip to the Louvre where we saw The Winged Victory, Mona Lisa (yes she really does look at you all the time), Venus Di Milo and many other artifacts from the Grecian collection, Egyptian collection and finished with a group photo in front of the inverted pyramid. The was many, many more things to see in the Louvre but as our guide told us previously it would take 9 months to see every item in ...
... open air upper deck (for when the weather is nice) as well as a covered lower deck (when the weather isn't as nice). Either way, cruising the Seine for an hour is the perfect way to get acquainted with Paris and all its beauty!
From our boat we were able to see the Grand Palais, the Louvre, Musee D'Orsay, several of Paris' many bridges, the American church, Notre Dame, Ile Saint Louis, Saint Chapelle, Les Invalides, and, of course, La Tour Eiffel! ...
... 45mins we walked to L1 and hopped on the free ice rink and practiced our icy moves. It was very quiet on the rink and to this day I'm still shocked I was skating on the eiffle tower - pretty neat!! Every other monument and museum I visited had it's own unique charm and beauty. There is one museum scheduled from Barcelona and that is Picasso - on my last day in Paris I accidentally booked this instead of Picasso Paris - whoops!! My 11 days in Paris I ...
... careful consideration, and in light of your results in basic training, we're assigning you to stamp pieces of paper for tourists". Net result, you get a guy with the sort of passion for his job that reaches new lows. I'm calling the people at the Guinness book when I get home to see if there is a relevant record to be broken. Much like this guys spirit has been. Paperwork competed, and money (presumably) being processed back into our credit cards, in 4 to 6 to 500 ...
... of Versailles, got tickets to the Palace, Gardens and Trianon. Saw the Palace first, very nice, very crowded and hot due to the amount of people. Stopped for morning tea in the Angelina cafe in the Palace and shared a citron tarte. Glad we did Palace first as crowds were building. Then we entered the gardens, absolutely spectacular as you will see, we walked down to the Canal and the thought we would hop on a petit train, which took us back where we started from. Oh well ...