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Aidan and I head off on a fabulous mom and daughter trip of a lifetime. We make it through the night and get a couple hours sleep on route from Toronto. Aidan is still excited and I'm glad Please god, let there be an apartment!!! We land at CDG pretty much on time. No lost luggage and no immigration issues. We actually manage to find the train station as per the VRBO's instructions without asking at tourist info. Bought ...
... groups know that too - line was around the corner. It appears it is mainly due to security checkpoints. This museum is unbelivable in so many ways. In size, there are endless hallways, rooms and floors - but no surprise seeing the age of the museum and its purpose. Next, in the structure and detail to even on the walls and ceiling - much art into the rooms in general - not to mention the artwork. Third (at least for me), there are no restrictions ...
... his bedroom. We had a late lunch by the garden outside in a cafe. It was lovely sitting outside but people can and do smoke outside while they are eating. Apparently to get away from the smoke you have to eat indoors. The serves were enormous. John had quiche and salad and I had a chicken salad. Both probably double the size of a serve at home. So we aren't worrying about tea tonight. It was ...
... stopped at the museum book store, where I picked up a few bookmarks and a ridiculously overpriced pencil that I just had to have, featuring...what else? The Lady and the Unicorn tapestry.
We left the Cluny Museum shortly before noon so we could make the 15 minute walk to Notre Dame Cathedral where we planned to attend Mass. Although the Mass was entirely in French, we especially enjoyed the experience of attending Mass in this magnificent cathedral ...
Bonjour! Our odyssey began with fairly uneventful flights on Delta to Paris via Atlanta. Apart from the usual free-for-all associated with loading bags in over-packed luggage racks and cramped quarters, the flights were fine and arrived on-time.
Our first challenge reared its ugly head when trying to locate a rather nondescript snack bar at Charles de Gaulle airport after landing in Paris, which was to be ...