French trip – day 2 by Malachy and Ryan W

Posted by on September 23, 2013

French trip day2

Today was a tiring day as we went to the Louvre in Paris. It was very busy because the most famous painting in the world was kept there ,the Mona Lisa. There were lots of other great paintings but we focused on the Mona Lisa.
Later on we went to the Eiffel Tower but did not go up it as it was all booked up although we ate our lunch beside it . We were invaded by the French army, they had powerful guns protecting one of the worlds most famous landmarks!
After that, we went on a boat trip in Paris. The sun was beating down on us and the toilets were smelly! We could see a lot in the boat and we waved to LOTS of people.

Malachy and Ryan W

5 Responses to French trip – day 2 by Malachy and Ryan W

  1. lauren & Selin

    We found your recount very funny and entertaining! We especially like your part about the smelly toilets and the french army attack. We hope to hear more about it soon- so get exploring! 🙂

  2. Team 17

    Hi Malachy, have you taken your crutches to France with you? Hope you’re getting around ok.

    Hi Ryan, sorry to hear the toilets were smelly! We’ve had a great day climbing, football playing and picnic planning. Tomorrow we’re cooking lush and delicious victoria sponge and flapjacks for the Macmillan Coffee Morning.

    See you soon
    Team 17

  3. Ryan W's mum

    Did it look as if the lady in the Mona Lisa painting was looking directly at you? Wonder what was going through her mind as she stared out towards such a fantastic group of children? Sounds like a great day. Have lots of fun at Disneyland! Can’t wait to hear all about your adventures.

  4. Joanne Fennelly

    Malachy and Ryan your day sounds amazing! What did you think to the modern and traditional architecture of the Lourve?
    Mrs Fennelly

  5. Ryan W's dad

    Pleased you’re having a great time in France. Hope you’re practising your French. Have a great time at Euro disney tomorrow.

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