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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 ...
Well....our plan was to visit Versailles today but thankfully we looked at the guide book beforehand and realized that Versailles is actually closed on Mondays!!!
Instead we started our day with a climb up the Eiffel Tower. It was a foggy morning but we still had a good view and a chance for some photo opps. Paris is a beautiful city in any weather!
We also went to the Musee de L'Orangerie to see Monet's famous Water Lilies which takes up two ...
... complete with garderobes, fireplaces, wells, beautifully worn steps leading up to the roof where the views were spectacular. Naturally, real estate was more than out of the price bracket of the ordinary working Australian (us)!
There was one funny moment. We went to a cafe for lunch. Carol, Philip and I ordered pancakes/french toast. Les (boring!) ordered a toasted sandwich. Okay it was a bit more fancy than just a ...
... successful and a lot of fun. Can't wait for tomorrow!
Day two in Paris (and my birthday!) was going to be a fantastic one. We started out by sleeping in a little later than yesterday. After getting ready we headed toward the train station to start our day. The weather wasn't as nice as yesterday but we were hoping that the clouds would burn off once the sun was up a little longer. We got off the train and the first stop was Notre Dame. ...
... to the loo at least four times). The baby that didn't stop crying (or screaming) for 13 hours wasn't fun either. I didn't know if I should feel more sorry for the child herself, her parents, or the rest of the plane. It was on this flight that I questioned the need for our trip. Could anything in the world make up for this extreme discomfort? Could we just go home now, and spend the Summer holiday sitting on the couch, catching up on reading, tv and hanging out with ...
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