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... I grabbed a little burger at a common French burger joint called Quick and Tanya snagged a really delicious and healthy chicken sandwich at a placed called Goutu. It was nice to have a casual meal. We to the RER, the local light rail train with few stops that survives the suburbs of Paris, back to the apartment for a brief rest.
Things started going awry again when we jumped on the metro to head towards the Rue Cler and the ...
... machine. Get to the right location and there is a train there. Yay. Hop on. Don't move. Everyone seems frozen in time. L is the only one who speaks when she asks "why aren't we moving"? A couple of times. A few announcements are made and some people get off and some more get on. Then another announcement and a collective moan and our trip is thwarted once again. Everyone gets off. We wonder around looking ...
... time viewing the sculptures of the Greeks, Romans and also the Italian artwork.
We were so blessed to have beautiful weather. We visited the Luxembourg Gardens one day with all of it's color and floral beds. The palace used by the French government was quite the bookend to a large pond and grand garden of flowers and sculpted trees. We went to the Eiffel Tower on another morning and one more time in the evening. What a landmark!
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... had more filling therefore making them 5% better. But Mike's trumped in the flavour vote. So it can only be concluded that Mike is the winner. We then walked on and investigated the Musee de Montmartre et Renoir (a quaint museum in an old house with surrounding garden in which once lived many of the famous artists or the area - including Renoir). On to the Palais ...
... world where one could live and never emerge into the city above.
Unlike New York City's subway, the Paris Metro incorporates some interesting art into the subway stations. Above ground, the original 140 Metro entrances created around 1900 have the beautiful green art nouveau entrances. Underground, most of the stations we've seen are utilitarian tunnels with white tile walls, but some are adorned with interesting art. At one station, the ...