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... they returned.
The park closes at 7pm, so we headed back to Madeline to find some dinner. It was wrong of me to complain about how many Americans there were around here. Tonight we were surrounded by Australians, perhaps google makes all the same recommendations? We didn't get home until 10:30, thought it felt more like 7. Tomorrow we head to London, here's hoping for some cooler weather ...
... Seine. Nearly had a little altercation in a side street which was slightly scarey. Charlotte had been photographing buildings down this narrow street when she was approached by two women (obviously prostitutes) who were ordering her to pay them for taking their photo. Hard to argue and explain when talking in different languages. Were careful after that where she pointed the camera.
Really is fantastic ...
... it too, as a quick look around the galleries reveals many more beautiful statues, just as magnificent as the Venus di Milo, though not as known so therefore less important. It's funny how that works...
Through long halls and tall archways, we come to the Winged Victory of Samothrace, seeming looking down over us with grandeur, even without her head and arms. In her grander hall, however, she seems dwarfed, belittled even. I would ...
Today is our last day in Paris. Paris for me has been much more than the monuments, landmark sights, history, bridges, cathedrals and churches that we have seen. There have been so many experiences that I have embraced in making the visit unique to me. There's having been immersed in an environment where I have rarely heard conversation in English. There's having a go with French greetings so much so that they come naturally and it feels good to speak a little French, even ...
... of Notre Dam it was amazing for us both to finally see it there in front of us. Looking very festive stood next to a Christmas tree and lit up with a blue lighting, it was beautiful. Stepping inside it was a very different atmosphere to the hectic bustle outside. Although it was quite busy the Cathedral was absolutely silent and very spacious. Filled with hundreds of candles lit up around the outside and beautiful huge stained glass windows, it ...