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Early start today as we have to meet for our tour of Versailles at 8.45am & it is just over an hours walk there. We leave/arrive in plenty of time, even have time for a few photos of The Eiffel Tower on the way though. Considering it's only about 8.am in the morning it's probably the only time there will be no crowds around looking at the Tower"... Once at Big Fat Tyre's offices we wait to be assigned our tour leader (Bill). Group is good size ...
... and fills renovated sections of caverns and tunnels used for mining limestone. The bones were put there due to increase in population and the growth of the city the Cemetary wasn't able to hold anymore bodies, so they exhumed the ancient bones and dumped them into the catacombs, they where then transformed into a visitable mausoleum in 1810. Awesome and freaky! After the catacombs we stopped at a shopping centre ...
... kicked in on my left knee, which has progressively gotten worse...we stopped at a pharmacy and bought an Ace bandage, which I'm hoping will enable me to walk pain free tomorrow.
We wanted to stop off for a pizza at a neighborhood place but they weren't open. We can't read French menus and didn't feel adventurous so we ended up having another dinner of cheese, baguettes, and wine. And Jeanne's dessert of the day, which was FABULOUS! All in all a great ...
Someone told us in Marseille to get to the Louvre early so you don't have to wait in a really long line to get in and to plan for it to take all day. Who we woke up early and got to the Louvre just before 11:00am and glad we didn't get there any later. There's three wings and four floors so we start at the bottom of one wing and make our way around. It's quite impressive the paintings, sculptures and artifacts ...
... Learned about Charles de Gualle who seemed like a really interesting guy and because all the military and brass are in town for Bastille day we got to witness a medal awards ceremony with all its pomp and splendor. It was very cool to see the colour guard and hear some French Military songs.
Next was the Tomb of Napoleon I and let me tell you...this guy must really have thought highly of himself or the public adored him because this place ...
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