Au sourire de Montmartre
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... were cleared for a week, but it was so worth it. We could not allow ourselves to leave Versailles, without having tea time too. All of us enjoyed some tea with our lunch, and I drank a caramel tea. Our last stop was to Marie Antoinette's estate. It did not compare to Versailles, it almost seemed like a mini Versailles in some respects, but it was still neat to see. Compared to Versailles, it felt much cozier and homey. My favorite part was seeing her pool tables, ...
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I spent about an hour trying to figure it out, even going into the program properties to try and change the language but apparently they did not have the Authorized User Passcode so could not change it. (Which also makes me think the software may have been pirated. But that is not the soap box I am standing upon today.)
There are 4 Access project assignments due this week and another 4 due next week while I am in India. And that is the final week ...
... is now panting into the mic) to the Champs Elysees. Walked through some of the Petit Palais, had lunch (15 euros per person!) and then took a walk down so the kids could get a closer look at the Arc de Triomphe.
After this we headed back to the hotel for a quick change (ad I sprinted off to get the kids a couple things they had eyed earlier that we said we would get them) and then off to a walking ...
... total people are allowed in at a time, giving each family plenty of time and space to appreciate Paris’ underground graveyard. The kids loved the 6 million skeletons, artfully arranged in rows and rows as we walked through the dark tunnels, a stark contrast to the lively crowded boulevards above!
Versailles… While many people would argue that the palace itself is the main attraction, I would argue that the seemingly ...
... not being able to speak French. Had first experience at a little Parisienne cafe, very quaint. These cafés are everywhere. Heard police siren reminded me of inspector clouseau tiny car with 5 big policeman all crammed in. What a sight! That night went to moulin rouge show, another wow costumes, songs and acts fabulous . Well worth the money. Include free bottle of champagne, Mumm no ...