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We made it! After a ten hour flight that was overflowing with young families ( and unfortunately crying toddlers) we arrived at Charles de Gaulle airport. Somewhat bleary-eyed with no sleep for any of us on the plane, we successfully caught a train and then a local bus to ...
... th floor). It’s still very
light and will be for at least another couple of hours. The museum we went to
today, the Musse D’Orsay was built originally as a railway station (I know that
many of you would know that, but just in case) but was converted into a museum
and a very fine museum it is. Beautiful and light the museum was a delight to
wander around in. We particularly liked the impressionists such as Renoir,
Monet, Manet and Degas. ...
... he said that I would have to call him back from a land line in order for him to help me further. I looked out the window of the train. Where was I going to find a second phone while riding in the RER?! I told him this just wasn't going to be possible and was there any way to still help me. He just asked me to first try the carrier trick and then to call back and they would see what they could do. I hung up, tried his solution, and received further ...
... arch to the 1889 World's Fair and has since become both a global cultural icon of France and one of the most recognisable structures in the world. The tower is the tallest structure in Paris and the most-visited paid monument in the world with over 7 million visitors each year. Our final stop for the day was Notre Dame. Notre-Dame de Paris is French for "Our Lady of Paris" is a historic Catholic cathedral on the eastern half of the fourth arrondissement of ...
... a lot to see and more than a little seedy10 mins and 1 delicious eclair later we were back on the metro. A quick change back at the hotel and a lightening if our camel like loads and we were back on the metro heading for the opera district ... Again stunning ... (Any longer in Paris and I'm sure I'll run out of superlatives). We then (you guessed it) strolled down the Ave de I'opera smug in our knowledge regarding the lack of trees on the Avenue and arrived at the Louvre. I ...
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