La Breche du Bois
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... dedicated an entire wall to the painting (which really isn't very large), and have it roped off so you can't actually go right up to it. This is probably a good idea, because it was already a bit hectic, without everyone right up in front of the painting. We waited patiently and slowly moved towards the front. Craig wanted a bit longer in the crowd than I did so he could take a decent picture. After seeing the Mona Lisa, we took the opportunity ...
By then we were Louvred out and wandered through the Tuilleries gardens till we found a cafe and Rami was way overdue for a coffee.
Revitalised we headed for the Obelisk, then wandered up the Champs, passed the Palais, crossed the Pont Alexander III bridge, passed Invalides and after a nice Italian dinner arrived home about 830pm.
My entreaties to go out later fell on deaf ears so we rested our weary feet. 30km in 2 days!
... premises next door. Unfortunately, in spite of all the tourists that abound in Paris at the moment and it being a stone throw from the Louvre it was closed. No pass could be had. Our next attempt was at the Louvre and then after a brief river crossing the Musee D'Orsay. Surely one of these would take our voucher and exchange it for the museum key we sought. Resolutely - no and so we found ourselves improvising in the rain which was lightly falling. From the ...
Four years ago we got a taste of what Paris could be. We stayed a stone's throw away from where we stayed this time and that trip spawned the holiday we were about to complete. Our main objective this time, after that small tease, was to feel like we belonged to this neighbourhood. Were we successful? In our own minds, yes. However, our Canadian pins, cameras, maps, glazed eyes and best shots at speaking French probably gave us away. We ...
... shower (toilet was even smaller), then met my new roommate from Australia. I then ventured to the Laundromat to wash clothes - went well, especially once one of the girls showed me where to put the soap. So relieved that I am not wearing stinky t-shirts and pants anymore. Tomorrow taking a day trip by train to Chartres to see the Notre Dame Cathedral there...looking forward to exploring a new city as my time in Paris draws to a ...