Abbaye des Vaux de Cernay Hotel
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... lunch and more wonderful masterpieces we left to wander the outside gallery of Paris! This included a visit to another famous place that I have read about, the Shakespeare and Company Bookstore. I love bookstores, and this one more so as it was old, cramped and had a huge collection of English language books, both new and secondhand, a reference library, and a 'lounge' area dedicated to Sylvia Beach, (who started a bookshop in the early 1900's, that the current ...
... We started the day scouring the country side looking for the village of Turville home of the Vicar of Dibley. The rolling hills of Berkshire hide an enormous number of villages with their own charms but the children were only looking for one. After a couple of missed turns and questions at service stations we eventually rounded a corner and saw a sign for Turville. Ben and El ...
... a cooked breakfast to spend the last of my pounds on. I tried one place, but the waitress calculated that eggs, bacon, toast and a cup of tea would have come to 6 pounds 20 pence. I tried a place in the Victoria Train Station, but theirs would have come to 7 pounds something. I went to a McDonalds, but they didn't have pancakes and I wasn't in the mood for one of their muffins. Finally I tried some random cafe advertising a "big breakfast" for 7 pounds something, and I asked ...
... it poured with rain, then off to do some shopping... Dior, Chanel, Tiffany, Cartier, Louis Vitton, Ferrari and the list goes on for the shops we didn't even consider going in. Interesting fact, McDonald's couldn't get approval to build from the streets committee unless they changed their 'M' from yellow to white to fit in with the culture of the street. After spending too long (and ...
... As I contined along the Seine I admired the Louvre from the outside, another grand building. My first glimpse of the Eiffel tower I gasped, just a little bit, likely because it was confirmation that I was actually in Paris. I walked to the tower enjoying the views on the way. At this point I'd been wandering for 5 hours in my crochet toms, needless to say "Mes pieds sont tres fatigue". I figured out how to get back to my ...