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The Louvre Museum, Paris

THE THREE OF US entered the museum by the another entrance, no long queue for there is a special lift for wheelchairs and prams ... Nice and friendly staff were stationed there to assist..,
I heard that this is one of the biggest museum in the world and one day is definitely not enough to cover them all...
Another one of the perks being on the wheelchair is that the entrance fee of €15 per person is waived... Not only for the disable but for the companion as well... 
And here we are... Inside one of the many halls that housed the world history artifacts...
We went in and out of many entrances through the lifts here and there...
My friend took a lot of pictures of those displayed whereas I took pictures of where I sat... 
French connection...
Of royalties and nobles... 
Every section has it's history ..

And I was most interested in one...
So many people were taking a picture of her...
This was the best shot from Aaron of Monz Lisa..
Well, three hours is definitely not enough to cover the whole museum.. I think we only went through a small fraction.. We were too tired to move on.. Having a rest before we exit and move on to the famous spot, Eiffel Tower... 


Comments

  1. Such a beautiful place and what a crowd! So difficult to even get a closer look on Mona Lisa. So we hope to see you soon!

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  2. wah, so nice even the companions got the perks as well!! definitely a lot of things to see in there and the Mona Lisa area is forever packed with people and the only one with guard, haha.. nice shot attempt from Aaron~~ :)

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  3. So beautiful & big. What a crowd. Love the architeture of it.

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  4. It seems it wasn't a bad time to hurt your leg. special treatment for wheelchair-er, you visited the right places.

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  5. You have seen the Mona Lisa's smile so this trip is so worth it!

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  6. Mona Lisa! I only know that, haha..

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  7. Look forward to the Eiffel Tower post, hehe...

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  8. wah....so lovely there leh....reminds me of the book The Da Vinci Code

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  9. I did not enter the museum, Claire. I see the queue also want to pengsan jor. Use the Euros to eat.Haha

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