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We slept in now only needing one three hour train to get to Paris! Went got on the train and had to pay a little extra because we didn't try to book our sets earlier... (I think you have to book an hr before the train is suppose to leave) Of those who may travel Europe via eurail pass it is a great way to travel. Just hop on a train show your pass when they ask for the ticket and your good to go! ...
Instead of visiting Versaille like we usually do - we decided to try something new on this trip & go out of the city to Chateau Fontainbleau. Let me tell 'ya - this place is not easy to get to - you have to find the right train going in the right direction & then catch a city bus to the castle. We managed the train with no problems - but got on a bus that was the right line but going in the wrong direction. Then we got on the right bus in the right direction - only ...
... umbrella handles, letter openers, cigarette cases, necklaces, brooches, bracelets, shoulder and arm pieces and their provenance, as often as the real thing were often shown together, and period pieces were often next to exquisite gowns of the era.
For me, the stars of the show were the portraits of last century's grandest Divas-- of money (Marjorie Merriweather Pope), ...
... too bad". I ate Boeuf Bourgignon, remembering Julie in Julie & Julia, trying to cook this classic dish.
Our apartment is probably typically Parisan. Richard, you and Catherine will know what I mean. The floor boards all creak, bedroom off a bedroom, tiny dark kitchen, but the lounge is bright, looks across to the garden of Musee Cluny, and the front door is a few steps from Metro Sorbonne/Cluny.
Plenty covered, plenty to ...
... and you don't have a code and then somebody comes out so you get in, but still have no idea what apartment number it is or what floor it's on so you walk up 90 steps, yes 90, I counted them, with a heavy suitcase and carry on, to the 5th floor and then you rifle around a plant to find a skeleton key and then the door knob doesn't work and you finally get in and find there's no toilet paper and then you check your email to find a message from your host ...