Premiere Classe Cergy Pontoise
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... and a street that looks like Rainbow Row (think Charleston).
I made it to the bus station and got my bus home (sleeping part of the way because it was a 6 hour ride).
As much as everyone loves Paris, I've decided it isn't the city for me. There are far too many people everywhere and life moves really quickly. I'm glad I'm in Lyon now, a large city that has many cool things to do, but is a little friendlier and much easier to navigate. ...
... and looked at other exhibitions (paintings, sculptures). Then I went to look through the mass of crowds to glimpse the Mona Lisa. It was good. Smaller than on TV. I spent a good 2 hours inside and I think I saw 50% of the rooms (and probably closely looked at 1% of the collection). Too big for a day...maybe to big for a week!
- After finally leaving the Louvre I headed back to find smaller queuing at Notre-Dame. So I went ...
... the apartment. It is pretty cute and thank goodness the building has a lift - we are on the 5th floor.
So we unpacked and had a shower and went to explore. We saw the Bastille monument and walked through the Place de Vogues. Mum kept saying how beautiful it was. Just looked like a park to me.
We stopped for bagels on the way. Me and Maddy were starving and Maddy didn't even have any breakfast. We sat in the sun and ate lunch and ...
... own kitchen and being able to make anything I like without the restriction of having no staples and having to work around a dozen other people making and eating their own dinners. With dinner taken care of it was starting to get dark, and on a whim I decided I wanted to see the Eiffel Tower at night. I jumped on the bike and braved the 15 minutes of dodgem cars until I got to the tower. It's a lot more beautiful at night than during the day. I took my photos then headed back to ...
... rented a bike. Ahhhhh, Freedom! I've been walking everywhere and it felt good to have the wind in my face. You can read about all these places if you want. I visited Trianon, little Trianon and Marie Antoinette's little hamlet. Very interesting. She liked to pretend she was a peasant and had a little hamlet created for her so she could. Rented the bike for 2 hours, returned it and bought myself a well-deserved crepe with ...