Residence Lord Byron
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... were soon on the road. The car was a good little Suzuki (a Leon), and it worked well – had a fair amount of pep, being a turbo diesel. I had some difficulty finding third gear, but it didn’t take too long to adjust to driving on the wrong side of the road, or shifting, or braking. And I never hit anything.
We took the M4 out, then down a few A roads to Stonehenge. One odd thing: all mileage markers and speed limits are in miles, not km. Was this ...
... full of photo-snapping tourists who never actually stopped in the moment to admire and appreciate the grandeur of the place but who instead took just took pictures of this arch, this room, this chapel, this description on this sign, as though they planned to just look at pictures later of what they had paid to see in person. This behaviour is so common, and it's mindboggling! Put your camera down and LOOK. Despite this annoyance though, the palace did not ...
... with every other tourist there) and managed to muscle our way to the front row for a better view. I can't say it was that earth-shattering to see the Mona Lisa in person, as opposed to online, but at least we can say we did... :) We then wandered through countless other exhibit halls and admired the works of art on the way to Hammurabbi's stone tablets, which Vero has been excited to ...
... of the tower we decided since we had an entire day free we would finally go to the Louvre. But first we had to stop for a washroom break. The only reason I'm commenting on this is because it is something I've never seen or experienced before. It is 1€ per person to enter the Toilets. They take cash, debit, credit or a pre-paid multi-use card. Ladies are asked to select the chamber of their choice; standard or luxury for 3€ more. Then you select your color or ...
... the center a long beautiful boulevard with fountains, flowers and unique trees- called "Esplanade de Charles de Gualle". This street leads you straight to the " Arc de Triumph". From "La Defense" you can look down the avenue towards The Champs de Elysse...but it's a long walk so we stopped and took a bus with a lovely family traveling from Prague. They made sure to tell us they were Czec not Polish!
We arrived at the Arc ...