We got over to the Deportation Memorial and it was closed. The line was still long to go into Notre Dame and in fact had gotten even longer. It is free to go in the church but does cost to go up the towers. The towers are covered by the Museum Pass, which we were going to get tomorrow. Since we knew we would be coming back at a later time we decided to view the church at that time too.
We wanted to go to the Shakespeare and Company bookstore (specializing in English language books) which is down and across the street from Notre Dame. But before going there we did have to cross the Archbishop's Bridge or in French it is the Pont de l'Archevêché.
This bridge is filled with locks. Hundreds and hundreds of locks! You are suppose to write your name and the name of the person you love on the lock, put it on the bridge, and then throw the key into the river to symbolize your eternal love for each other.