At the Louvre!
A very happy (and Full) boy who just shot like 500 pictures of Paris on our way here.....
And here is Me, standing in front of the Mona Lisa (not in the Picture) Calling my Mum and Veda telling them where I was.......Wow, I look tired!
Like the good little Catholic Boy I am I went right up the Aisle and sat down and said my prayers, inspired by this beautiful building.
And I lit three Candles, One for my Mum who was sick, One for my Grandmother who always had a special Connection to the Blessed Mother, and one for Veda's Hubby Tom. It seemed to help my Mum, so I hope it helps Tom too!
Next Up, the Luxemborg Gardens!
Then, It was time for Lunch! On our way over to the Eiffel Tower we saw this place with a line 6 deep outside in the street! We figured if the locals liked it that much it must be good! And it was! Best Sandwiches Around!
And Now for the Tormenting of Alicia.........yes, Derick has been drinking a lot of Orangina.
We Continued our walk.......
Look at that Gas station. That 1.75 Euro PER LITER! I'll never compalin about $4 gas again!
And soo, there before us was the Grand Lady of Paris! (I just love this picture, Don't know why, just really captures the essence of the Day I guess)
So, Derick Decides we need to to go the Top so he can call his mum from the Eiffel Tower.
Let's just say there was a line..................
..........A long Line.....................
...............A VERY LONG LINE!!! After about 1.5 hours we finally got to the ticket station just as they closed the Top because it was too Full, so we just went up to the middle and got these shots of Paris from Above.............
So, we pretty much walked half the city that day. We started out at the University in the AM (photos of that to come) then Notre Dame, the the Gardens then Lunch then Eiffel so it was time for a quick metro back to the hotel, to wash up for dinner. (photos of that to come too! Just wait till you see our dessert Drinks!)
I promise, Some of Derick's photos will be on here soon. He has them in "raw" form right now which means they are in a format that blogger can't post, But soon. You should see some of the ones from The British Museum and The Louvre!