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Today was a beautiful relaxing day in Paris, we slept in and had cereal at home before getting our things ready for a bit of a trek around the Parisian streets. As we left the apartment we went and purchased some pastries to take with us and eat as a snack and after we caught the train into the heart of Paris we found a nice little patch of grass and ate our delicious pastries. After filling our stomachs we headed for the Arc De Triomphe along with one million other people. It was very ...
... the cities. After a few drinks and dinner, we said au revoir with the promise of reuniting in Sydney in 6 months.
Bastille Day is the French Independence Day so they have a big military parade in the morning before fireworks at night. This is big for the Parisians, considering they don't even have fireworks on New Year's Eve. We had again planned to make the parade along the Champs Elysees at 9am, but woke up at 8:30. ...
... The pyramid may look out of place in the centre of the 17th century courtyard, but it does function amazingly well as the access point to the museum.
Later in the day we walked to the Latin Quarter and ate dinner at a seafood restaurant, then enjoyed the sunset over Ile de la Cite before taking the Metro back to our hotel.
... in 8 to 10 days.
In this age of computers and everything electronic, AND the fact that they instantly credited me 5€ in Armentieres, you would think that after the continual screw ups that someone, somewhere would flick a switch and credit me the money they have STOLEN off me.
No... 8 to 10 days!
And then this gem: you bought the wrong card. This is not the card for an iPhone
What – how did I buy the ...
... enough it started flashing, really cool.
Then next morning we started the day off right as you should, by touring the graves of over 6 million people. The Catacombes is amazing it was a quarry at one point then covered up in the 18th century, then as usually happens the Paris grave yards got too full, so they decided to dig up all the surrounding graves and use the quarry to store the bones ... so you ...