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... right one............ then found the right place. We made it to the louvre after going on more metros, which was very fascinating. We got to see the Mona Lisa!!! It was very small in person, but it was very cool. Briana and I had to squeeze through the crowd to get to the front, and we took pictures with my moms phone and both our cameras. We then made it to the tour bus, but it turned out that we needed passes for that too. We walked a ways and we found out where to get the passes. ...
... and musings provide you with a palpable idea of this city. The lourve, as vast as it is meaningful, exceeded any and all lofty expectations. Its bones are constructed from ancestral palaces remnant from the days of Henry the Second. After hours of roaming this reminder of our art, our history - I realized that the city itself is a museum. Look around you, everything we touch, everything we build ... It is your history.
... fruitless hat and scarf shopping. We decide to give up on eating in the central city this evening, and head back to our home turf instead. A stop at what is now our favourite boulangerie/patisserie yields two pastries and a warm and delicious "baguette de tradition". With the latter we finish our brie and bleue, with a suitable wine match for each, and research Moroccan restaurant options for later tonight. As the reviews look good, we decide on ...
... of bike locations grab another and so on.... They do love bikes!
The TDF ..... Well this is probably France's biggest sporting event not to mention tourist event, 22 days of racing through some of the best scenery imaginable all in search of the yellow jersey And it is a big, big show... we had a couple of stages we attempted to see and the crowd numbers and enthusiasm we have rarely witnessed,
Extraordinary is all I can say ! For mine this is a TV ...
... to the the Musee d’Orsay. It wasn’t. We emerged in the gardens walked across same in the bright sunlight noting the Musee du Louvre on our left and Place de La Concorde on our right. We crossed the Pont Royal and walked along the embankment to the d’Orsay.
There was hardly any queue but then it was early. But we had to go through a security check as well as buy tickets. Only 6 Euros I am pleased to report. We wandered around the gallery for a ...