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... to visit the cathedral and were impressed by it vastness and beauty inside. This cathedral was a 200 year labour of love by the Parisian citizens. Construction began in in 1160 and was completed in 1345.
On Day two we started out by visiting the Louvre. After reading all the horror stories about how busy this museum is and how difficult it can be to view the Mona Lisa, we were pretty surprised at how ...
... 10am! Even the queue to get inside was only about 10 people long. A friend I lived with in Borneo now lives in Paris. I met her in front of the Notre dame and we went off for a walk. The views all along the river are pretty. Had a lovely time wandering along the River, across the Pont Neuf and towards the Louvre - one of the world's largest museums. Didn't go inside this time, just around the outside courtyards - and the large glass pyramid, surrounded by ...
... bus stop. We waited, and waited and waited and finally a bus turned up. It was now dark, so we decided to abort the rest of the itinerary, get off at the closest geographical stop to our apartment and walk back. The evening was cold but the Christmas lights sparkled and Paris looked beautiful. We didn’t get to the Louvre or Pompidou Centre but we saw just about everything else. No problem – we’ll just have to come ...
... showered ( which felt amazing) then headed towards town to find a little chocolate, cheese and bread market. After many train rides and an hour of walking we found the market street. We were all disappointed as it was just a street with little shops in it, no stalls. Wandering out of the market part of he street we seemed to stumble upon what looked a little like a red light district with women standing either sides of the ...
... and kill someone else. There are these ramps that lead down to the river but there is no fence to stop a headstrong 2 year old from charging down, stopping just in time as his poor mother's forward momentum carries her into the Seine. And then as a disconcerting juxtaposition there are soldiers walking around with semi- automatics. Stephen I am sure would be able to paint a clearer picture of what I just sense is the difference in ...