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... and antiquities located in the heart of Paris in the Palais du Louvre. Originally a fortified castle, it was built by King Philippe Auguste in 1190. It is one of the largest museums of the world and includes approximately 460,000 works. There are three wings to the museum: Richelieu, Sully and Denon, each with different levels and
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... and turns as it travels, and you can see from end to end inside the car. The cars are also more spacious and quite chic in design.
The People: I think I mentioned in a previous post how everyone travels very silently and makes no eye contact with anyone else on the metro Actually its quite a skill. Considering that you're in such close proximity to so many people during rush hour, it must take some practice to be able to look through people and ...
... took this opportunity to enjoy it while resting our feet (mine were aching by this point).
From Notre Dame, we caught the metro back to the airport. We were already ticketed, so we still had a couple hours to kill. I found the Maison du Chocolat and got my mom some truffles naturels. I know she loved them last time I got her some.
The trip home was a good one, with a movie and a nap it went pretty quick. Now a week at home and I'm off to Antalya, Turkey.
... to describe them because hell, you should already be booking a flight, so you'll see it all soon enough. I'll say this though, driving in Paris is f*cking insane (if you'll mind my French). The Arc de Triomphe roundabout? 8 lanes of traffic. An accident occurs, on average, every 12 minutes. No car ever is insured on it. And that's a perfectly adequate depiction of traffic in Paris. No joke. Luckily though, once our expert bus driver had ...
... to see Napoleon's Tomb. On the way we dropped into a Patisserie and Peter bought a Bingnette, (a vanilla custard donut) and I had a Pom Tartan. I found that the short crust pastry is much thinner than our pastries Australia. Arriving at the Museum De Invalides one can't imagine why such a huge Chapel was build for Napoleon, it seems so extravagant. Unfortunately I was unable to see the remaining museum as we ...
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