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... Justice which continues to be used for judicial purposes. The Conciergerie was part of the royal palace built between the 10th and 14th centuries and was converted to a prison in 1391. You might say it was a country club prison for those who had wealth, status and connections who could “buy up” more comforts with their wealth. Conciergerie really ...
... would put another hour on the return trip.
We are going for a late breakfast (it is 11 am) and then a walk along the Seine just for fun.
Ha Ha. Resting? Walk just for fun? Went down the Seine, up the Seine, onto the Luxembourg Gardens then got "temporarily geographically misplaced" as the RAAF Navigator Trainees used to say when they got lost.
Got back to the apartment then out for a meal and listened to ...
... or waiting! Made a straight dash for the Mona Lisa and also saw Davide's crowing of Napoleon (its huge!). Then on to shopping in St. Germain. Went to Petit Bateaux for some essentials for Katie that I forgot! Then on to Pollaine, the barefoot contessa's favorite bread store. Then a long walk home in the rain but happy and laughing the whole way! Off to London tomorrow on the ...
... to drive to Versailles which is South-West of Paris. We were at Charles de Gaulle in the North. So when we plugged in Versailles into the English-speaking (Yessssss!!! English!!!) Sat Nav thinking we were so clever, we soon discovered that we were headed for the city centre of Paris. This was not good for us or for anyone on the road. After some quick modifications to directions by the brilliant navigator Brianna with me driving thinking that this is quite possibly the most uneasy ...
... in Europe. He then showed me around the kitchen and had the futon set up for me with a glorious bed of pillows waiting for me to snuggle them. Sometimes when you travel, you really do appreciate the simple comforts of a comfortable bed. "There is one thing", he said. "So, the restroom is in our bedroom. You're going to actually have to cross through our bedroom to use the restroom, but we are so used to it at this point that it just makes sense for us to leave ...