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... at the top. Then we found the furnicular. We jostled through the cathedral (which is one of the nicer ones in Paris .. Both inside and out), and then popped back out into the sunlight and headed off to find the Montmartre Christmas markets. I don't think we ever did, although I did buy a €5 cookie for charity and we all had some red dishwater - which the French call Vin Chaud (hot wine or mulled wine). We wandered around, and grabbed a Metro to the river where we hopped on ...
We left for Paris on Friday evening around 5PM in the hopes that we wouldn't hit traffic on our way. We were told from just about everyone that Paris was only 3.5 hours away from Eindhoven, however, when we plugged our hotel's address into the navigation system in the car, it was a mere 6.5 hours. Not only was our time doubled, but the navigation system did not take us on the most direct route. It essentially took us towards the southern part of Belgium, ...
... demolished, and the Place de Vosges, which is possibly the loveliest square I have ever seen. By the time we got home, the kids had done all that homework and were watching cartoons.
The following day we got up early and went to Versailles. This is the palace to end all palaces, where Louis the 14th held court, where Marie Antoinette built her toy village, and where they signed the treaty ending World War I. We were pretty ...
... on the mosque. Where our hotel is situated, there are at least four mosques within hearing distance. So, we get quite a show, especially at 5.30am when all four Muezzins call together, resulting in quite a mish mash of sounds.
The rest of the third day was spent looking round the Topkapi palace…………..mos tly jewels, weaponry and armour in display cases.
Day four, we did two tours, in the morning we did a boat ride up and down the Bosporus river, I ...
... few times over, and was really stunning. We circled around and also saw the little apartment that Gustav (Eiffel) had included. Novel place to have a study...right at the top,of his tower!
We then dropped back down to the bottom and returned to the Bus, aiming to hop off near the Louvre/Musée D'Orsay and wander. Was cool to see a few stalls along the banks of the Seine, and when we hopped off there were a few artists with some drawings and paintings ...