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... Museum). This was recommended to us by our neighbour Linda, who has a very compromised sense of smell! Oh my gosh did it smell bad in there! So I went from the amazing smells of the boulangerie to this! It was, however, an interesting place to visit - we learned about the evolution of the sewage system in Paris over the centuries. It's a pretty elaborate and well kept system ...
... After the Musee Chocolat we returned to our hotel. Grant is getting really good with the metro. Blue line, green line, pink line. stations going all ways. I'd love to see an overview of the streets and below in France. it would be fascinating. No above ground powerlines so they must be underground, along with water, sewer and train lines going everywhere. The kids are now on their way to Hong Kong and arrive tomorrow afternoon. How ...
... stop was Notre dame we didn't go inside but just took a few snaps, next we went to the pantheon aside from the rotunda it was nothing like the roman one and I wasn't very impressed so we didn't even bother going in their either. Next we walked the streets for a few hours before finally getting to the Eiffel Tower, sadly the weather was **** so out photos weren't that ...
... Of course we had to stop for wine and lunch (in that order) on the way! The Eiffel Tower may not be the tallest structure in the world but it's quite impressive considering it was built in the late 1800's. After looking around a bit, someone decided we should walk up to the 2nd level. The elevator lines to the top were very long! So, off we went and I about lost my ...
... I was in the middle of explaining to the pharmacists that I only needed half which she was reluctant to do when the lady at the back of me said "let me see" so reluctantly I pulled my trouser leg up ( up not down!) and she said " Il tres dangerous; you must have it all!" So I went home laden with antibiotics, betadine, cover plaster, tape more cover etc. so that was that. Maureen comforted me though to say I ...