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... in action is normal here since they have four masses per day and more during Lent.
We met up with the rest of our group (they are from Memphis, Tennessee) and headed over to the Catacombes, another unique Parisian attraction. There are over 6 million bones which are neatly stacked and organized under the streets of Paris. These bones were originally placed there for two reasons; firstly, the Parisian cemeteries were beginning to run out of room ...
... stingy with buying things here so we have been used to some really cheap champagne. We were so excited to be able try the good stuff. We went in and they showed us a movie to give us the background information. It was the weirdest thing I have ever seen. The cellar was connected to a church so the monks helped make the champagne. They tried to connect religion with the champagne. It honestly seemed like they were worshipping it. I hated it haha when finally got to try it ...
... fog that we woke to is starting to lift so hopefully our flight will still be on time.
Nope, that fog was persistent and an announcement to say our flight was delayed one hour.
They then began boarding at 11.45am which was confusing, but we sat on the aircraft until 2.00pm before taking off.
Once the fog had lifted they then told us the conveyor belt system for luggage for ...
... Paris - that's pretty neat. Not quite red carpet welcome but not far off - pre-booked taxi driver waiting at the end of the platform and then our 'host' Lee on site to welcome us to the rented apartment in Le Marais. Apartment very compact but fine for our needs - provided no cat-swinging necessary. Nice courtyard too - photo #2. It was late in ...
... then to join the Orange route, passing the embassy district and the Assemblee Nationale, which was heavily secured, then along the beautiful St Germain Boulevarde, the Luxembourg Palace and gardens where the Senate sits and the pantheon. We saw a large glassed 6 story building that only houses botanica - looked a great innovation! We went along the arty bohemian area in Blvd Raspail. We saw the tallest building in Paris ...