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It was cold and grey this morning – very chilly (and in fact it lasted all day). We walked to the cathedral this morning and were lucky enough to catch it between masses, so we could visit the entire apse (which is blocked off during services). It is an impressively large cathedral, with many side chapels and some modern stained glass. On the outside, it's hard to see (for our untrained eyes, anyway) too much evidence of ...
... away the key. In Paris we found bridges over the Seine so covered with locks the railings are sagging under the weight, even though local officials periodically cut off the locks.
First stop was Sainte-Chapelle, a Gothic Medieval church built in 1248 to display the Crown of Thorns worn by Jesus. The interior is dominated by the stained glass and every inch of the wall surface is richly colored and decorated.
... a nice restaurant. Axuria is a small, 20 table restaurant close to our apartment that was recently recognized with a Michelin star. These stars are a fairly big deal in Paris (as well as other major cities), so we were excited about the experience going in. Ordering at restaurants in Spain and France has arguably been our greatest adventure, and our night at Axuria. Knowing where we were going, we thought we would be slick and look up the menu online before going and put some ...
... up passengers ahead of us and deduced that we would probably need two taxis to accommodate all of our disproportionately large luggage. Unlike London where all taxis are identical (and fairly large), it would appear that just about any vehicle can be turned into a taxi in Paris. When it was finally our turn, the next available taxi driver assured me that he could accommodate the four of us and all of our suitcases in his station wagon. I was ...
... of it so we made our way towards the Eiffel Tower. The Eiffel Tower is surrounded by do many tourist scams it's kinda a joke. I should tell you about the cup and ball performers that me and Nim are obsessed with and infuriated by and watch for ages every time we see them. They do the classic 'which cup is the ball under' trick, and they're all Italians and they obviously have their friends or relatives always around to lure tourists in; they have seemingly ...