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... Ma Belle guys, and leave the market to stop at the bakery and get baguettes. No French meal is complete without them, it seems. Every stall where we had stopped to purchased something called out au revoir to us as we walked away.
Then to his house for the cooking. Another tale!
... apartments behind a huge wooden door, which you need a code to open. You then have to be buzzed in or have a key into the building itself, and take this tiny two person elevator up to the fourth floor and then climb another floor by stairs. It has one small bedroom, one small bathroom - with electric toilet haha - and a small lounge which has a kitchenette. The ceiling is sloped, and I'm guessing this used to be the attic. There are ...
The flight arrived on time into Paris at 4.00 pm. 2 hours & 10mins would normally be plenty of time to get to train for the next connection, but not this time.
As I entered the baggage collection area, I heard a young boy say to his Mum, 'Now for the long wait" He had obviously traveled through Charles De Gaul Airport before, because he was quite correct. There was a sign saying our baggage was due on ...
... with the main office in Calgary. Their kids were the same age as Daniel and Blake and they had a Nerf soccer ball with them. They ended up going to the park that the line circled around and playing soccer. It became quite the international game, as kids from all over joined, some speaking English and others not. This helped the time pass quicker for the kids and for those in line who could watch the game and the kids having fun. When we finally got in, we were ...
... a more mundane reality. Which was more than likely given the immense crowd of people in perpetual motion.
La Grande Gallerie does live up to its billing. It is a riot of glass and gold. The wall high windows reflected back in the wall length mirrors create a storm of light and depth, making an illusion of space that is fascinating and just a bit disorientating. It is unquestionably majestic and resplendent, but I realised that I was finding it all a trifle deflating. Surely ...