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... Louvre. The closer we got the more and more crowded everything became. We had managed to escape Dublin and Nat’s work for 5 days, but hadn’t considered that of course being public holidays so had everyone else. A two hour wait to get into the Louvre, but still well worth it. We spent three hours wandering around the museum, marvelling at the artworks and sculptures centuries old. Without internet the question ‘Why is the Mona Lisa so famous when it’s not ...
... place in my heart), but for me, Paris certainly gives Rome and London a run for their money! We have adored all the different areas and experiences in France from our fantastic feria week in Nimes with Anna and Rick, to the markets of Provence and the Dordogne (well markets everywhere really!), the rugged beauty of Brittany, stunning Mont St Michel, the seaside and cider of Honfleur, and of course feeling like a Parisienne in one of the most iconic and romantic cities in the world! ...
... the Tour de France bicycle race. We visited a very famous church in Paris called the Sacre Coeur. It is high on the hill and is a lovely place to watch the sunset over Paris. While we were there this AMAZING gymnast / soccer player was doing tricks with a soccer ball on a small pillar. It was super dangerous if he fell, but he was seriously talented as a soccer player. Paris has some amazing places to visit, it also have the most delicious pastries We have also eaten ...
... the train to Montmartre. There we climbed the hundreds of stairs to Sacre Coeur and then walked around the streets where there were heaps of artists all trying to sell paintings. Not sure of the artistic merit of them definitely none as good as Rachel. When we got back we did as Parisians do & went to the place de Vosges which is right near our place & we had walked through many times but never stopped at, ate an ice cream and sat in the park. It was good to ...
... It is an old school metal contraption. Now having a nap before dinner. It's humid but grey/drizzling outside which sucks but we are pretty tired anyway Ok had a 4 hour nap oops and got up at 8:30pm to go for a walk. We walked all the way to notre dame, through the islands, the Latin quarter and the Marais district. Got a ham and cheese crepe for dinner 4.5€. It's now 12am going to try to sleep again. Steps: 18,553 Spent: approx 70€ ...