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We had a three hour bus drive into Paris from the port of Le Havre. We had about four hours in Paris to walk around and see the sights. It was a fine warm day not to hot for walking around. Once we got our bearings we went to the Eiffel Tower first which is the tallest building in Paris and was built as the entrance arch to the 1889 world's fair. Over two hundred ...
... team it to make sure we get as much free chambers as possible. It works. We even have help from a waiter. We are approached by French Telly for an interview but are ditched when they realize my only French is bonjour. Sarah sits on the floor to charge her phone and I feel we are pulling off the posh Parisian look well. Sarah is then used by a French guy as an armrest. She gibs away swearing at him as he puts his elbow on her head. I am creased. I can't look. It's ...
... and since I was always my older brother's biggest fan and he was playing soccer at the time, I remember I HAD to take a picture to show him. Of course he wasn't very interested. But I saw the same soccer field and I laughed and thought it was a really cute memory. It was suuuper windy and FREEZING at the top, and as amazing as it was at the top of the tower, that was the moment I decided that if I ever come to Europe again, it absolutely must be in the Summer. ...
... but a few foundation stones can still be seen in the metro station underground.
We sat on a sidewalk café had a kir, and watched the people and traffic swirl around the gigantic column which stands in the middle of the square. It actually celebrates a different revolution (the French like revolutions, they’ve organized many…), the 1830 Revolution that caused the abdication of King Charles X (after the final defeat of Napoleon, the ...
Jason and George left this morning at 5:45am to catch the metro to meet their train to Normandy before beginning a guided tour. I had a message during the day to say they were having a great time, they had been through the museum and were about to head onto the landing sites. I don't expect them back much before 11pm. Zoe and I slept in a little and after breakfast went out shopping for the day. We had such fun. We caught the metro to Galeries Lafayette, where we wandered ...