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... time to meet up the our specialist tour guide Carin. Carin spoke very good English and was a very lovely lady. Off to the Louvre Museum we went. The Lovure is below the inverted glass pyramids and the palace. It's all one big complex and it was alive with people. Once inside and below ground it was whole new world. There was a huge shopping complex and a food court. Unfortunately there was no shopping for us as time was not on our side. We got our head sets ...
... still sore from monday, but still wasn't feeling 100% afterwards (should've stretched the day before #storyofmylife.) I finished the chicken for dinner and left. Unfortunately, when I got there, I found out that they had a scrimmage against another team, and I wasn't exactly allowed to play... that was kindof upsetting, but I understood because I was only there for 10 weeks. In any case, I threw around for a little bit and took the 50 minute ride back. It was really ...
... to about 60. We're the only Australians here. Each group is allocated someone to make sure they stay on track, stay in order and keep up. There is only a few meters allowed in between each group so they're on us quite a bit about not overtaking and not falling back. I can't even count how many groups there are. All I know is that there's a few thousand of us all up. We're off. The pace is very fast given we all have to get out ...
... big the Louvre was--in movies you really only see the pyramid, but the museum is so large, you would need at least a week to see everything inside. I took some pictures and we then headed off to the lover's bridge to put another lock on the bridge and kiss. The entire length of the bridge was covered in plywood which was the only thing keeping the mesh and locks from falling off. We bought a lock, wrote our names on it, ...
... in 1963!). Another of my favourites is the 12th century love story of Abelard and Heloise whose ashes were transferred here so that they could lay to rest together for eternity. Their gothic tomb reflects eternal love, and a love that survived the separation of the theologian and scholar to his gifted student 22 years his junior, Heloise, who secretly married when she fell pregnant, and even though they were forced apart by her uncle who was the Canon of Notre Dame, ...