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... to heat up to the high twenties by lunchtime. We bought fresh bread, croissants and pain eu chocolat plus preserves and coffee from the little supermarket on the next street and had a yummy breakfast. We set off on foot to the Seine via the Grande Palais and the Place de la Concorde. Then to the tourist info office to book cruise tickets for later and we decided to split up - Lauren and I to the Louvre, Mum and Dad for a drink and a a relax and Nico and Alice did some ...
... s world where everything has to be shared instantaneously (via twitter, facebook, etc). It’s nice to be selfish once in a while. Ah, the journey of self-discovery ;-)
After the museum, I had an urge to walk more, even though my feet were already hurting. It was
finally a beautiful afternoon and my last one in Paris for now, so of course I felt like making the most of it. And am I so glad that I did! From the Musée ...
... in the increased weight added to the bridge and what stresses added. Leave Crew Vella @ the Louvre, place M-L on the bus, take one last pic of her as she may never be seen again! I hit the d Orsay. We have four hours all to do our bit, we then meet up and report in. M-L took the safe option and stayed on the bus, she reported that it suited what she was looking for with a quick snap shot of the surrounds, liked the opera area within the Madeleine district best. On ...
... worth it. I've since been told that the real thing of Monet's garden does not compare so I'll have to do that trip but all I can say is WOW!! Oval rooms with metres upon metres of Monet's work, with padded seats in the middle that you can just sit and soak it all in. I've decided he would have to be by far my favourite painter. Each museum I have been too since if there is a Monet within it, I am automatically drawn before I even read ...
Well what a day we woke up kinda early and I was a little worried that I would not find a croissants today. But guess what I did within blocks of our hostel their was a bakery open and had coffee and a couple chocolate croissants and an eclair. We checked out the map for a bit and then walked to Norte dame and it only took us 15 min instead of 2 hours like last time. Paris is a confusing city my sense of direction was all off here. It was nice to see all the people out down at ...
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