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... on phones. I handed Grant my phone & elbowed my way past the rude Asians for a photo. Unfortunately wifi not strong enough to email the photo so I can upload on this blog & google drive is not backing phone photos onto my iPad damn it! After the Mona Lisa snap we wandered through the halls of art and the medieval exhibition. It was busy but not overcrowded. Towards lunch time we decided to head off to Notre Dame. Following Grant armed with a map, I'm useless ...
... also got to see the Pompidou Centre, which many called an eyesore when it was built in 1977. It is Europe's biggest museum of modern art and holds over 50,000 works of art. I'm glad I went on a Tuesday when it was closed, or I might have been tempted to pay $18 to go and have a look inside. It was good to get a feel of what Paris is like and get comfortable using the metro system because oner the next four weeks I'm going to be using it a ...
... experience. We walked into town to a little cafe where I had my first crepe...Rodney you would be in heaven with the amount of cream they put on it...I on the other hand scraped that to the side. We did all sample the homemade cider which was fabulous yet unfortunately you can't buy it anywhere and couldn't even get a takeaway. We made our way back on the train to home and down to our local for dinner and drinks before falling asleep exhausted, another big ...
... The churchs were powerful in that day and paid for many of the paintings to be done. The Greek gods are represented in statues. The sphinx was another incredible sight. We were given 2 hours to get lunch and tour the Luvre. Not nearly enough time. The first hour was spent in a traditional French cafe (which I loved) eating French bread, Italian salami, quiche and apricot tarts. Starbucks topped off the meal with a delicious Carmel macchiato! Even though the museum was large, I never ...
... underground station in the world - no wonder we got slightly lost! Disneyland was packed. Of course, I didn't expect it to be quiet, but it's "half term" (school holidays) in the UK and also in Paris. These extra crowds of people meant the queue times on a lot of the rides were totally ridiculous - upward of 90 minutes for the majority. So, we went around the entire park and looked at everything, trying to decide what would be worth queuing ...
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