Pavillon Porte de Versailles
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... spot, before breaking into smaller groups. The gardens were lovely and there were many families out for the warm afternoon, as well as many in deck chairs around the pond in the middle of Place de la Concorde.
I went shopping with a group of New Zealanders and Australians on Avenue des Champs Élysées. While many of the shops up there were extravagantly priced, we still found some and the only complaint was that three hours wasn't enough! So when we met back, ...
... be to get to our hotel by bus or train (Turns out there's a station directly across the road from our hotel) In the taxi ride we had our first taste of the language barrier I am sure we are to discover a lot more of on this trip. Asking about when the soccer World Cup final might be on here the taxi driver proceeded to tell me he didn't understand very well, I thought we had left it at that when he handed me his phone and told me to talk. I ...
... and put on some more appropriate clothing for the wet weather and then we toddled over to Notre Dame.
Queue to get into the main Cathedral was longish but moving and it didn't take us long to get in. Wow. Got an audio thingy which tells you all the interesting bits. Was amazing. Truly a spectacular building. Was built around the 1100's but took over a hundred years to finish. There are artefacts there from the Passion - or so is claimed. A piece of wood ...
... way up. And I had vivid illusions as I watched that movie that if I were ever in a Parisian elevator someday it would be just like that.
So much for it being like that.
After 10 Forevers the fifth floor came and Madame Dupont and I went to opposite doors.
When Carissa opened the door instead of being welcomed by the family instead of being greeted by the happy family, i was about to step into another adventure: No electricity...
... to the drive out to Chinchilla and Roma. Lots of farmed paddocks with power lines running parallel to the road.
It was also interesting to notice the patches of snow on the ground. As we walked inside a servo for a toilet stop there was ice on the ground. It is certainly a step up in coldness.
As we drove into Paris we had much anticipation of seeing the grand architecture and rich history. It was peak hour in Paris as we entered ...