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... and delicacies in Australia, everything feels like a bargain.
We have lunch at a brasserie: andouillette frites pour monsieur et cafe gourmant.
In the afternoon we head to Trocadero and visit the eiffel tower. Iuri is in need of his 4pm pain au chocolat so we scan the surrounding streets for one and it is a pure pleasure to be in Paris. Everything is beautiful, the view on top of the eiffel tower does not disappoint. We time our visit to ...
... pieces took my breath away. I found myself brushing away tears as I stood below the Winged Victory, in awe of her glory and beauty. The Venus de Milo captivated Emma in particular and we stood speechless in front of the massive and intricate portrait of the Coronation of Napoleon.
But perhaps the biggest impression was made by the Lady herself. The Mona Lisa is the Louvre's biggest draw, yet she is rather small, slightly drab ...
... a gorgeous painting. Everything in Lourve is just unreal the building, the paintings, the sculptures. Em and I could have spent a lot more time in there.What could possibly out do this??So we continue walking out of the Lourve through a park and so many people sitting around talking, having picnics, playing cards you feel like you’re in a movie. Oh … To go to the toilet while in the park and we had to pay ...
... May day and they had the day off. So on their day off, they offered to tour around Paris with us. They quickly figured out what was open and what was not and recommended Sacre Coeur, Montmartre and Place du Tertre.
So we headed to the Metro to meet with Daniel and Laurence at Abesses at 11:00 am. I have to say we were very impressed with the metro system. ...
... my passport and stamped in in a craky manner. Oh well, at least I get a stamp! The guy on the way out of Australia didn't bother.
I caught the RER and Metro in to my hotel. It was slightly more complicated than I first thought, but if I had managed to check a Metro map before I left home it probably would have helped. The other issue is that my French is obviously good enough that the locals don't treat me like a dummy! They speak in ful speed, ...