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Flying visit through Paris! We left from Dover, England (after an early start in London!) caught the ferry across the English Chanel to Calais, France! The ferry only took around 90 minutes and was pretty easy going - no sea sickness!! We then traveled to Paris and arrived around 5pm, set up camp and had dinner (pasta and meatballs and salad - surprisingly good). Next was a night tour around Paris which was actually really cool getting to know all the buildings and the history ...
... the pyramid into the central reception area and into lots more people. I think i counted six separate ticketing booths for those who had waited in line and the lines there were also quite long.
There were signs for the different wings - Richelieu, Denon, Sully - but I quickly noted the way I wanted to go. On a nearby signboard for the Denon wing, there was a piece of paper which featured a picture of the Mona Lisa and under it were printed the words "La Giaconda" and an arrow. ...
... how I didn't get any but he is once again covered head to toe! We even found them this morning in his bed and showed the cleaner and he admitted there's bed bugs. We took everything from our room so they could fumigate it while we were out (only in a three bed dorm in triple bunk). We caught the metro in to the louvre and lined up for about 35 minutes to buy our tickets. The area around the glass pyramid of the louvre is beautiful so it was a pleasant wait in ...
We met my old school friend and her French husband in
We're getting quite good at travelling on the trains now.
We actually went from our local station to the main line and bought our tickets
there for Rouen.
The trip lasted about one and a half hours, which is
quite a long way from Paris really. And we went through the stop for ...
... and Edith Piaf!!!
A little bit of shopping, including a lovely stroll down the champs Elysées, rounded out our morning and early afternoon activities.
We made our way back to our hotel to meet up with our guide and bus driver to head out to the city of Versailles. The tour of the chateau was certainly a favourite for all students as we saw the opulence and extravagance of the period of history known as absolutism. The walk down the wooden parkay floors of the hall ...