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Wheeling Into City Of Love, Paris

AFTER THREE NIGHTS SPENT IN FRANKFURT, it is time for us to move on.. And our next destination is Paris!
Our train schedule for Paris was at 1pm...
Here's our train... As usual, we jabs to wait for special assistance to get me up...
Soon we were on our way to Pa Lai...
Journey took around four hours...
Reached and took a cab to our home stay which was right in town.. Narrow roads and busy traffic... I think I cannot get used to living here for long term...
Rested for the night after cooking something light..
Next morning we took a cab to the popular sights... The Louvre Museum!
Very impressed with the sights..
Spent a few hours there ...
Tourists were aplenty...
Spent our time taking pictures before entering the museum which was almost impossible to enter...
Spent some moments standing up too.. Let some blood flow...
Museum where the famous Mona Lisa painting lays...
Saw many people taking picture of this glass pyramid building...
We were contemplating whether to go into the museum or not and we were so glad that we did! The long queue was for 'normal' people.. For wheelchair-ers and companions, there was no queue at all! 
Before we went in, Aaron did this Standing this way and seemed to be able to touch the tip ... 
Stood on this too... Good eh....

And how about this?  Hahaaaa... 
I can touch even on wheels!!
Nothing is impossible to the able and disabled... So don't give up on anything !

Comments

  1. Can see from the smiles on your face that you are having the time of your life! Good for you!!!

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  2. Everything is lovely and impressive. Which reminded me, my hubby went to Paris around this time too last year. Pretty chilling at this time now.

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  3. Is that Pringles in your bag? Now I want to have a can of sour cream Pringles, yummzzz..

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  4. Aaron didn't do the jumping pose, like the one TM always did, hehe...

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  5. wow you are now in Paris!! so I supposed you are staying there for at least three days too?? surely lots of things to see there.. lucky you did go into the Musée du Louvre, the queue is always long, I've been there twice and yet I think I've not seen enough of the exhibits inside, haha!!

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  6. I miss Paris!! Miss the weather, miss the Eiffel Tower, but not the people, LOL!

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  7. How nice, to Paris Reana Claire goes!

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  8. This museum place is my dream place to visit. Now I learn something from you. Borrow a wheel chair and jump queue!
    Muahahahaha

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  9. You are in Pa Lai! Have wheels everything also special, no queues too! So where is your next stop?

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  10. Beautiful & impressive buildings. Can tell you have a great time & enjoying yourself that much.

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  11. Romantic Paris! Got wheels can travel with no queue! yay! Enjoy yourself!

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  12. Er.. the traffic, probably not much worse compared to KL lah. But people there speak no English one, that's the reason I don't think I can live there for long term too.

    I think, if I am ever given a chance to choose again, I won't pay the entrance fee for the Louvre. Me no art man, the exhibits did nothing to wow me. Only the pyramid is interesting, and we can access it from the outside for free.

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  13. You got into the museum easily! Great!

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