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... 8217;s queue happened when we went to the Louvre. When we arrived at about 10 am there was an enormous line and a sign saying it would take us one an a half hours to get in. In the end we only had to line up for 40 minutes and once we got in it wasn’t too bad – except for the crush around the Mona Lisa. It’s free to go to the galleries and museums on Sundays but it didn’t seem to be busier than on other days.
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Clare and mum
... eat here. We both had the chocroute on Yann ' s recommendation. A plate of 2 sausages and a big slab of cooked ham boiled with potatoes and sauerkraut. Delish. We split a half bottle of rose of course (my new favourite wine) and we had dessert. My French is pretty good but I didn't completely understand the dessert menu so I ordered the dish that said Chantilly cream and hoped for the best. I ended up with a giant profiterole that I had to eat with a spoon! It was tasty. All the ...
... my boyfriend but especially in a city like this! I am staying at St. Christopher's Inn Canal, and it's so nice here! I'm in a female dorm and my roommates are great. I talked to two girls from Australia about so much for an hour or so and then I met two other girls in my room who are also from Australia, except they are Serbian, and the 5 of us continued cracking jokes and talking about life for who knows how long. I was ...
... weather and views were spectacular. A nice bit of cloud along with pure blue sky filled our lenses as we all snapped photos. After a while we headed to the first level for a look. This was Megan's number one choice for our trip. Well done. We headed next for the Rue Cler market area with plans for lunch. We played frisbee in a park in the tower's shadow along the way. Rue Cler itself is a mostly pedestrian area ...
... the train I need to catch tomorrow leaves from. My landlady gave me the train map but seriously I think it's only about 5km so likely to walk it. Haven't carried a pack since last August and as I've got to do it for the next few weeks then I better remember what it feels like!
Meandered half following a map and half ducking up odd streets because I can and a sticky beak often finds neat places on the way to the Musee. Loved it loved it loved it! The "thinker" ...