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... along to see the Musée de l'Armée and then past the Rodin Museum (you can see the back of the Thinker from the street). Then we took more mass transit to Notre Dame which was mobbed. I knew we wouldn't be able to climb the towers, but I had thought we would be able to get inside. No such luck. We were a bit put off by the crowds, so we just headed off.
We crossed over the Seine and then walked up the street to the Louvre. It ...
... island is where Paris started 2,000 years ago and the hub of Paris today.
I titled this blog romance in Paris so I think many of my English teachers would have marked me down a grade for taking so long to get on topic. Paris strolling the streets in the evening everywhere you turn couples are holding hands. On the bridges you see stolen kisses and couples taking romantic selfies. The foot bridges are covered with padded ...
... pressed coins etc. We took the metro over to Parc Villiette which is sort of hard to describe but it is meant to have many different parks within a park. Caleb found the one with lots of kids and jumped around and played ball for a good hour until he was nice and red and sweaty. Relaxing evening - I assume we ate then slept. I am almost caught up now ...
Bit of a lazy day today we hadn't even left Kleber Hotel and the fly over of the jets had begun with their red white and blue streaming out the back leaving a trail for all to see. With people every where we took a casual stroll down towards the main street champs élysées where all the action was for Bastille day with the French armed forces showing off all their might and power, I wondered to myself were they geared the same as the ones in ...
... But the flagship 7 story Louis Vitton store is here and Heater is super excited...until we see 80 people wrapped around the side of the building waiting to get in (come to find out, that line is there from opening to close every day of the week). So we stopped into a few other stores briefly but thankfully didn't buy anything...expensive stores on the most expensive shopping street in the world!
I'm excited to get to the end of the street and see the Arc ...