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Paris was above and beyond my expectations! It was so beautiful and another girl and I got to do all of the touristy attractions of the wonderful Pariiiii! The first day we went to the Museo de Louvre where we spent four hours looking around at all of the phenomenal paintings and sculptures. I was disappointed in how small the Mona Lisa was, …
it was great
... It is amazing how they set this up for a Sunday morning in all the little back alleys and lanes of the old town. All kinds of food, fruit, cakes, bread, cheese, smallgoods, meat and then dress stalls, leathergoods, knives, mattresses, gardening gear, spices, herbs, etc etc.
Now it's time for the short walk down to the railway station and to board our train. Louise and Phil kindly helped us with our luggage down to the Gare, much ...
... on the top deck and every time we went under a bridge ( about 8 times) they all went woooow! Tom was like - have they never been under a bridge before! The Eiffel tower looked spectacular at night - a shot is attached. Daylight viewing does not do it justice! Then back on our bikes for the short ride home!
By the time we got home it was 1230am & the kids were trashed but did remarkably well.
Big sleep in tomorrow, we all love Paris!
... is our last place and we wanted it to be special. I'm sure they will. Anyway, off we went to check out the shops, about a mile up the road. Lots of teeny bopper stores but some really nice shops for us. Oh and of course a Zara. Just as busy as the Melbourne store but according to a couple of Melbourne girls I spoke to, heaps better. So yes Lou, for you, we bought a couple of shirts from there.
Anyway we're off to dinner, so we'll talk to you ...