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... and they had to pay for longer accommodation at the hotel - something that would have really ****** me off if it was me. How true it is I’m not sure though. Thankfully the strike was finished the day we left; probably because it was a Friday and the French don’t strike on their weekends ;-) we then went through passport control where our passports got stamped. Mine was rechecked about 3x (I was the only one) and my visa was scrutinised to the extent that I began ...
We're back in business! All four of us are back in Canada, adjusting to the time change and trying to get back into the hectic lifestyle that is North America. We had an AMAZING two weeks, in 6 beautiful countries.
Mom headed over to Ireland on May 14th (before I was even done exams!) to help me pack up and get my extra luggage into storage. We left at 4am on Saturday morning to meet the boys in PARIS, France...so crazy.
We stayed at a hotel near ...
... strange but was very delicious. All was good but we will have to choose cheaper meal options some of the time.
The countryside and quaint little houses around here were already very lovely, although it was VERY cold after Cairo and we were thankful of our good jackets. We enjoyed the walk home and headed to the breakfast room to 'sneak' a cuppa and check emails, and there had a lovely chat with a young couple (Marget & Franchek - I'm sorry if ...
... then to the signpost that says 'Sacre Couer up here'....up a million steps!! I look around for an alternative way but none are immediately obvious :-( (I later discover there was.....) anyway, up I go :-) reach the top and catch my breath only to have it taken away again by the beauty of Sacre Couer.
Quick history info - it was built between 1875 and1914 on the 'hill of the martyrs' (Montmartre) which was the place where Saint Denis, the first bishop of ...
Well we didn't get the early start we had hoped for as we didn't get away from the hotel till after 10. We walked down to Notre Dame, stopping to look at the little market on the way, to catch the bus to the Louvre. As we didn't want to go all the way around to get to there we hopped off at the Place de la Concorde with the Luxor Obelisk and walked around the corner to Maxim's to catch one going the other way. This ...