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... More happy snaps and a cab ride home and bed at 2am. (aka, Perth time 8am - still feeling a little jetlag).
This morning (when i say morning, i think we left home at 11am). On the Metro and its to Sacre-Coeur in Montmatre. thats the big white church on top of the hill. apart from the church which is super dooper pretty, more amazing art, architecture, statues, Stainglass windows; the streets are full of ...
... of photos and then were back on the train to see the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs Elysees. We passed lots of impressive buildings, bridges and statues and then found a spot and stopped at a little cafe on the Seine for a cappuccino and a cigar....nice!
We stayed for a good while as our feet got some much needed relief. We discovered that the Eiffel Tower was only a short walk away, so we walked down to see the ...
My apologies for getting this started to late, but wifi access in this part of the world is not as easy to come by, on top of having to lug around a laptop. So here we go with Paris. I knew going in that my stay in Paris was going to be brief, as I got in at 8:30am Thursday morning and had to catch a train to Luxembourg at 7:30pm that night. Since I had so much time, my sister and brother in law treated me to ...
... then caught the train to Abbesses and then the Funicular de Montmartre. There were over 105 stairs to get out of the station so everyone wimped out of climbing up to the Basillica. We wandered around the artist markets and marvelled at the many talented people. Then we enjoyed this view offered from this vantage point over a different part of Paris. We did walk back down the stairs to the train station.
Currently watching CNN and they had a report on Sam Burgess and the NRL. ...
... exploratory walk before the bus tour. A small group chose a direction and just looked at Paris. The bus tour was interesting (this is where I learned about the traffic yielding and building restrictions. After the bus tour was some shopping, lunch at a sidewalk cafe, back to the hotel, river boat tour, trip to the Louvre to see Mona Lisa (which is smaller than I thought it was, but still amazing. There is so much to see at the Louvre, the building ...