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... to the rails. Apparently couples declare their love, write or engrave their names on the lock, padlock it to the bridge railing and throw the key in the Seine. I don't know what they do if they break up. We watched one of the huge passenger boats, the Bateaux Mouche, cruise along and saw with envy the big gap it had to get under the arches of the bridges! No photos were allowed in the building and it was interesting watching those who just ignored the ...
So today we woke up and headed to town! Today's agenda: D'Orsay museum and Versailles! So we got to the museum saw what we wante to stopped and got some good Italian food for lunch before heading out to Versailles! After standing in the ridiculous line we went into the palace saw many rooms including the hall of mirrors. We then headed for the gardens. Walked down to ...
... are marked. I think we spent more time watching the crazy drivers than taking photographs.
Then it was on to the highlight of the tour, the Eiffel Tower . We had booked entry to the Tower so our short wait was waiting for our time to come up. They let no large bags or sharp objects like knifes onto the tower and we went through a metal detector. We were jammed into a double-decker ...
... were in. The exhibition we looked at was titled Monumenta 2014. Well, not too much Monumenta about it. Just some weirded looking art that G and I felt wasn't really our style. So we tried to give it the respect it required as there was some frustrated artists out there putting their souls on canvas for others to criticise. After viewing the works we then looked around the building which was of more interest to G and I. The structure of the building was mostly wrought ...
... engaged Rhea asking her questions in french and telling us about the city. He drove us up to our door, called the landlord, and waited with us until the landlord arrived - all for the bargain price of 130 euros. Rhea lamented days after that we likely would not see "Patrice" again.
After a restorative 4 or 5 hour nap we explored our neighborhood. We found a marche Franprix close by where we purchased some fruit, milk, cereal, and of course ...