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... 2 stops from home, heaps of food outlets, lots of beer and a crowd filled with anticipation. We had great seats on the mid level at the 10 metre line. There was an awful lot of red, white and blue and people wearing Coq hats, waving flags and yelling Vive la France. It was such a good game even though we lost, and we just loved the atmosphere and patriotism. It felt everyone ...
... get back across town to our apartment. We are only 100m from a metro station (Parmentier) which is great. We bought a 5 day rail pass so we can really explore.
Mikaela is getting really good at reading metro maps and working out lines and where we need to change. We are just working out our trip to Disneyland tomorrow as we want a sleep in. It opens at 10 and closes at 10.
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... Rue du Rivoli under the protection of the loggias until we got to the Louvre. The Raft of the Medusa, 1819, by Theodore Gericault was first on my list. What a melee of people. It was soo crowded! Some of you may know the Goldie and Steele painting The Arrival of the Maori in NZ in the Auckland Art Gallery. Well, it was based directly on Gericault's earlier painting. The Medusa was a French frigate that foundered off the coast of west Africa in 1816. As there were ...
We slept in, because that is how we roll on our vacations. :-) Once we emerged from our hotel, we set off to pick up our Paris pass. This pass would get us into museums, tours and activities and all of the metro trains in Paris. We found the pass and had lunch at an Irish pub towards the Montemarte part of town and then headed out to find the Big Bus tour of Paris. We spent a very long time roaming around the Paris ...
... We had originally planned to spend time in Avignon, but we will have to do that on another trip).
We got to Paris around seven this evening. We bought metro tickets and figured out the route to our apartment. We found the apartment with no trouble and soon settled in. We started a load of laundry (we have a full kitchen, plus a washer in the apartment). We went to eat at Le Bosquet, where I had my favorite French onion soup. Yum! We are glad to be back in ...