Chateau de Cely
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... it almost fluently. Of course, it always helps to try to learn a few words of the local lingo and customs to show that you yourself are not a complete bogan and that you do truly appreciate their uniqueness and culture. We met up with Andres the following day after another false start after we got off the Metro at the wrong stop and ended spending several delightful hours wandering around Paris by foot. At this point it is where I must argue that although Paris is truly a ...
... of Winter. Well that's a pretty good excuse I reckon for more photos!
Time was getting away from us and we still had a big night ahead. So onward bound to home. Paul managed to set the smoke alarm off while heating up our spinach and feta pastries (no he did not burn them) so that was a small drama which we could have done without but something to mention in my Blog.
Danita and I made a visit to the Laundrymat as she was fresh out of clean ...
It's finally arrived. It's time to pack the bags and get out of town tomorrow. The past 34 days has been an incredible trip for us.
We made our way by subway today (buying the correct tickets this time) on the way to Notre Dame Cathedral as our starting point. Once we arrived at the appropriate station we came up to ethereal and magical Saint Chapelle which has been hailed as one of the greatest architectural masterpieces of the Western world - ...
... save time. Well worth it. We had dinner at a nice restaurant near our hotel and afterwards, I couldn't even blog, I was so tired. Sandy finished her book while I just headed to bed.
We are determined to get up early, and take a cab to the Orsay Museum tomorrow and try the Louvre after that. Today was a non-museum day and we were not about to let that happen again tomorrow!
Good night for now!
... and popping up in the middle as the traffic never stops. Ric reckons 20 years ago he crossed the road but who knows... He can't remember exactly. We took more photos and headed off down the Champs Élysées to find lunch. Treen has a thing that she has to try McDonalds in foreign countries she visits. Germany we had cheeseburgers and fries so today was to try Paris's McD's. The fist store we entered was so full you couldn't move so we went to the next one. No ...