Millennium Hotel Paris Charles de Gaulle
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... our bearings before we walked back to where we had entered the catacombs to sit in nice public park. We played some more Mao (in which the particularly confusing rule of Anarchy was introduced) before hunger got the best of us and we headed to the Latin Quarter for dinner. It took us a while to find anywhere that offered the renowned Latin Quarter prices, but we eventually found a restaurant with fairly cheap pizza and settled for having ...
... in 1818, to the Parisian banker Jacques Lafitte. Starting
in 1834, Lafitte proceeded to develop the surrounding park as building
lots; he tore down the fine stables to furnish construction materials
for the purchasers. After his daughter the princesse de la Moskowa sold
the château in 1850, it passed to ...
... lunch with Queen Anne of Austria looking down on me from her pedestal. Doesn't get any better than this I thought to myself, never thought I'd be eating a yummy chicken bagette for lunch in the Luxembourg gardens on a beautiful sunny Wednesday in July. But it did get better when after lunch I wandered around and discovered the Medici fountain in its little grotto on the other side of the gardens. Along with many others I walked the pathways alongside ...
... Ah well, next time we visit France.
It was raining budkets, unfortunately when we arrived but
we all had rain jackets and headed to the town centre from Rouen Station.
What an amazing place, it’s all fifteenth century houses
with beams and is a far older city than Paris.
We saw a lot of umbrellas again, just like in the queue
to the Musee ...
... we walked.
This morning we walked around the outside of the Louvres and wandered through the Luxembourg gardens. So many local people love these gardens, and no wonder why.
Last night we visited the Eiffel tower, the size and beautiful lights draws you in Every hour it lights up with sparkly lights and is really beautiful.
When we walked to the tower in the afternoon we could hardly see it as it was cloaked in fog.
We did a guide tour of Paris in a small bus, fortunately for ...