So our final day in Paris began overcast once again. We struggled to get out of bed but forced ourselves & headed out into the city once again. We stopped and grabbed some croissants before boarding the metro & making our way first up to the Musee de l'Armee. We headed straight in to see Napoleon's tomb which was so big. Definately too big for a little man but I guess he was big in his place in history. From there we spent a few hours wandering around seeing all their armory from throughout the ages. They have whole warehouses full of weapons & armor on top of the huge collections they have on display. We even got to see uniforms & personal effects from Napoleon himself. Long after Jac had tired of seeing killing instruments we wandered along the beautiful grassy areas of Esplanade Des Invalides, & crossed the lovely Alexandre 3rd bridge. We took plenty of photos here then worked out what else to see. We have seen so much because we bought a couple of Paris passes before leaving London. They have saved us a lot of money. So we flipped open the book to see what we had left & settled on the Paris Wax Museum. It was a bit of fun although we didn't really know half of the figures. It was getting late in the afternoon so we found a supermarket, grabbed some sandwiches & made it to the Latin Quarter. Here we found a park & had a nice picnic in the shade of the trees. It was then off to the gigantic Pantheon. We bought some macaroons from a little bakery as neither of us had tried them yet. We arrived at the Pantheon & ate them on the steps before heading inside. It was another beautiful structure as all the Pantheon's & Parthenon's have been that we've seen on our travels. We headed down to the crypt to see the tombs of Marie Curie & Louis Braille. Then it was back on the metro to head to Musee du Cinema. We arrived 30 mins before closing time & the front desk kept saying we wouldn't have enough time. We persuaded them to let us in and realized we had probably 20 mins too much time, it was that crappy. I don't know, maybe if we knew more French films it may be different but there wasn't a lot there. After this there was only one place open with our Paris pass which was the Centre Pompidou, another art gallery. We made our way there. On the way I was taking photos when bang! I walked into a pole. I was lucky I wasn't an inch or two shorter as a would've been in a pain that only a guy could know. Even worse was that it was right in front of street diners. I ignored the pain & got out of there as quick as possible, looking where I was going this time. When we arrived at the Pompidou we had about 2 hours. It was filled with all those pointless arty objects but we did get to see some works from Picasso & Miro. It was nearly 9pm when they kicked everyone out although I had seen plenty by then. Once again it was to a supermarket where we grabbed some wine & beers then takeaway from a burger chain called Quick. We then sat on the banks of the Seine, ate the crap food then drank our alcohol as the sun sets. It doesn't get dark here until about 10.30ish which is lovely. We were sitting across from Notre Dame once again, & we watched the changing colours of the sky provide a breathtaking backdrop to the cathedral. There were people doing the same as us everywhere & plenty of boats heading down the river. We stayed there for a few hours before our drinks ran out so we headed across a bridge with padlocks all over it. Lovers write messages on the locks then put them on the bridge, signalling their love will last forever. We needed to find a toilet but of course everyone we found was closed. It seems people dont pee in France after 8.45pm. After all the drinks it was becoming urgent so we decided to just grab a coffee at a restaurant by the cathedral. I ordered a few lattes as Jac went inside. When she came out the coffees arrived along with the bill. We were told to hurry up as they were closing, so I went to pay only to my horror to see it was €12.50. That's robbery. Kind of trapped I handed my card over when the waiter said no, he wanted cash. He pointed me in the direction of a cash point before storming off. Off I went and when I came back Jac said the coffee was burnt & horrible. So we did something we've never done before. We grabbed the backpack & ran. We went down some side streets giggling all the way before stopping when we knew we were safe. Probably never do it again ever, but we didn't want to be ripped off at the end of our trip. With that we made our way back to the apartment as our last day in Paris came to an end. We really don't want to go home tomorrow, although not sure how much more siteseeing we would've had left in us.