Hotel Montparnasse Daguerre
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... are staying, is lively. Yes, it attracts tourists, as there are hotels and cafés all along the main streets-rue Monge and Mouffatard- but it seems more filled with locals-families with children,singles, elderly all living in apartments probably not much bigger than ours. They shop nearly every day for their bread and fresh fruits and veggies, carrying their canvas bags or wheeling their little carts. It's a daily routine. And everything they could possibly need ...
... in the center of the garden square and fountains.
We made our way around and headed back to Hotel de Ville on our way to the Pompidou Centre. Steve decided to stop for something to eat and had a crepe filled with chocolate and bananas. I think he thoroughly enjoyed himself and then we continued on our way. We had seen pictures of Pompidou, but had no idea what we were about to see. As we neared the building, ...
... pushy, like the rest of them) and made my way to the front and center to see it. It's interesting to see the painting in real life when you have seen it so often in photographs. My photos of it are terrible, due to the glass.
I also got to see the Venus de Milo. It was weird, as there are so many other statues in the same area which seem either bigger or prettier. Then you read the plaques (thank god I read French!) and you understand that most of ...
It seemed to be a day for queuing today.
We started at Notre-Dame, where we queued for a very short time to go inside. It was amazing, but we kept it pretty short. There was a mass in session, so we had to be silent. We then started queuing to go up the towers (outside) but decided against it, as the queue didn't appear to be moving. We checked again later in the day and the queue ...
... the other one - the one your not supposed to have) ironically, this bridge is packed with locks, while the real love lock bridge still has plenty of room on it :/
Next up was Disneyland Paris, a short train ride to the outer suburbs. Kids have never been to Disneyland, and they were really looking forward to it. Based on the same construct and theme as Disneyland LA, but is a little bigger and has most of the same rides. Hit Space Mountain Mission ...