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- Multilingual staff
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... the new one. Michael had assumed that it would have the same pin number, but we soon discovered this was not the case. Thankfully, we were able to login to the website and access the new one!)
Tracy and John accompanied us to the railway station, John again helping with my bag. We had booked online (20 euros each, a saving of about 15 euros each), and had picked up the tickets the day before, and so it was simply a matter of finding the right platform and ...
... help though when we were all hungry and tired just from our bus misadventure in the morning. We spent a good 4 hours there. We just loved the Egyptology section and then of course there was the Mona Lisa. So much fuss over such a small painting!!
We then walked to the Pont des Arts bridge, which is the original lock bridge. They removed all the locks from the main part of the bridge, as it was collapsing, but ...
... is only 400 metres from our hotel. On the way back we visited our local bakery and picnicked in our room. The bakeries in France are fantastic. Their cakes and pastries are beautiful both in presentation and taste. After an hour or so we headed out again and caught the Metro to the Louvre. We had bought some items yesterday from Apple which we did not need so we returned them today. We also had fun in some great ...
... joined us and we did a one hour Bateaux Parisienne tour. Interesting commentary aboard. Boys busy taking a thousand photos with brand new batteries in their cameras. Some great photos, some not so! Will upload the good ones later. A lot of traffic on the Seine - barges and a boat school, police, floating restaurants and live aboards. Harry and Lonnie back to the apartment so Harry could start his travel diary, while Ash and *********** ...
... to Louver, then it’s better to take metro or bus. I didn’t knew this and it was not mistake, don’t get me wrong, it’s better to go by public transport, it’s crazy far. But when I would not go by walk I would never saw on “shop” in the right side of the route with promising name “Happy [r]evolution” © by Citroen. It was 5 or 6 floor tall showroom of Citroen with their new model Cactus (I don’t like this car, but ...