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... Another highlight was going through Napoleon's apartment as the Louvre used to be a palace. Intimate dining room for fifty!! Dad and I could really use a room that size at Thanksgiving!! Walked from the Louvre to Notre Dame in the drizzle. Notre dame was beautiful, but sadly no sighting of Monsieur Hunchback... Walked back to hotel and got ready for first "Tauck" dinner . Since Tauck specializes in small sailings, we met the other 110 people joining us on the cruise. By the way, ...
Here is our final blog.
It's been a fantastic trip, visiting some wonderful places and meeting friendly people.
The most lasting memory will be the quaint villages with their local markets, helpful, fireindly locals and the boulangeries we love the ...
... as it was so much bigger and more impressive. We could finally say we explored all of La Defense. It was a neat place to stay in Paris. We went back to the hotel, ate dinner and packed with the plan to be out at the airport nice and early with a cab picking us up at 7:30 am.
Hopefully you enjoyed reading my blog. It was my first attempt and I've learned some things about how to best keep a blog and how NOT to
... we began our walk at the Champs Elysees and wandered towards the river Seine. We then walked along the river and took in the views of the Eiffel Tower and house boats docked along the bank. We passed by numerous street vendors selling paintings of the city (we bought 3 for only 5 euros!), vintage records, photos, crepes & waffles, and any other souvenir you could possibly want.
Our first stop was the "Love Lock" ...
... of lights. The Eiffel Tower lit from top to bottom
in fairy lights which flashed intermittently every half hour. A
Friday the 4th of
October – An 8am gettaway
this morning. A tour of the city was followed a visit to the garden
and palace of Versailles. I have run out of words to describe just
how splendidly OTT the palace is and it is little wonder the French
Revolution took place. The hall of ...