Hotel Arley Tour Eiffel
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... majority of the statues throughout the park are all women (Former French Queens). After our walk Alaina headed to the airport.
Sam & I grabbed the last bottle of champagne, some bread and cheese, and headed out to Versailles Chateau for a picnic. The Chateau is massive and there were masses of people there to see it! There were huge lines to go inside so we didnt bother with that. We found a lake that was away from the crowds and enjoyed our picnic ...
... on the 11th November 1918. Today the Armistice Memorial traces the history of the event. We have found the history of WWI very interesting and one cannot but be dismayed at the loss of life in what was originally known at The Great War. We have visited cemeteries where British and Australians have been laid to rest and also a German cemetery where the dead are marked with a plain black cross - one cross for every two Germans buried there. Again we rode through ...
... our first Rick Steves tour.
Paris for two days?? What were we thinking? Too much to see and do, I'm thinking rent a studio for a month and get this city seen. Anybody in?
I'm working on the art of napping in a busy, noisy metro. The wash of an unintelligible (to me) language is somehow soothing. You do have to open an eye at every stop to make sure you don't miss yours. It also helps to be older than everyone else so as to have a seat!!
... gates and an hour before take off still no listing of gate number for our flight we decide to get the kids some breakfast. Within minutes of finally getting the kid breaky the monitors flashed up with the flight gate number with closing now message. We dropped everything and then found the gates were a 5 minute run to get to, with pram and steps.
We made it and have since changed our departure schedule so this never happens again, it was exhausting but we finally go ...
... hat is still proudly on display. Voltaire, Diderot and Rousseau were regulars. I opted to go traditional with delicious onion soup, coq au vin, and of course the creme brule. To die for.
Finally walked home with a small detour to catch a shot of the Eiffel Tower at night.