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... a railway station, Gare d'Orsay, constructed for the Chemin de Fer de Paris à Orléans and finished in time for the 1900 Exposition Universelle to the design of three architects: ...
... against the pure joy of another taste of that dark chocolate bliss.
We ended our day with the boat tour on the Seine River - great fun.
Paris is an amazing city - we feel really lucky to have had this time here as a family.
Just booked our train tickets to San Sebastian for Saturday. It's going to be our last day on the train for this trip. We are ready to have a chill out week in Spain!
another early start. Off to Paris on the Eurostar at 8.00am.
up at fourish. So we ended –up leaving around six. Had to get a couple of
trains to catch the Eurostar and lots of walking and stairs. Place’s knee made
it. The train was good, travel around 180 miles an ...
... than tour the cathedral, we participated with the locals' in a surprisingly "jazzy" youth-oriented service.
Resuming the Rick Steves' walking tour, we marveled once again at Notre Dame's architecture; the flying buttresses, pointy Gothic spires and functional gargoyles. We were even able to find a particular gargoyle leaning on his elbows watching us below. Crossing ...
... Melbournian de rigour black. Being a fashionista goes with the gaze. I dressed in a black jacket Jenny suggested I buy for the trip. It's probably not up to Parisian standards but its cut well and more importantly does the job of keeping me warm. Now I'm not sure if I was imagining things but the gaze did feel a little more intense today than other days when I've just had my T shirt hanging out. I even caught a few smiles which isn't always forthcoming with the ...