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... It's what everyone is doing around Paris, and when the thermometre says 15 C, it's actually quite pleasant. I could get used to this!
All through the day, we popped into small shops and boutiques, which are EVERYWHERE on the butte de Montmartre, and came away with bags full of ceramic pieces and watercolor art and specialty hand ...
... asking for a signature and then for money. I straight up told them I am not giving you money and walked away. Jackie fell for it and was out twenty euro, for what was apparently for homeless. That just proves the stereotype of how rude French people are because I definitely saw it on multiple occasions. By the time we got back to the hostel it was around four and I was done for the day because I felt so sick. I was laying in bed for the rest of ...
Today everyone needed a break. We had been almost non-stop since we left Australia and no-one was in a hurry to do anything.
I went down to the bakery next to our apartment and brought breakfast for everyone in French - pain chocolat for me and Brigitte, plain croissant for Mum and an almond croissant for Dad. I could tell Dad was impressed.
After breakfast we lay around. Mum kept talking about going out but there wasn't a lot of action. It wasn't until ...
... our way back to our bus and enjoyed the guided tour around Paris until we reached the Champs Elysées where we climbed over 300 steps to the top of the Arc de Triomphe and back down again.
By 3pm we had to make the decision whether to get back on the hop on hop off bus and endure the 1hr round trip back to the hotel to change our shoes and put on some extra layers and risk being pressed for time and arriving late for our bike tour OR make our way to the ...
... were becoming warmer and more personal. They were certainly becoming more lavish and guilded, but those rooms were only a prelude, an entre, to prepare you for the splendour that is The Central Gallery of the Palace, also known as the Hall of Mirrors. What makes this room more impressive is that when it was constructed in about 1680, mirrors were among the most expensive items to possess. A walk through the Hall of ...