B&B Saint Michel sur Orge
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... by the doorway and the seats facing away from the bags. Although we were sitting close to our bags, if somebody was quick, we wouldn't notice them taking our things, and indeed we didn't. Four stops on a short hour-and-a-bit train, and a bag was gone. We went to the police and filed a report, and Katrina is going through the ropes of contacting her travel insurance agency and slowly re-stocking her new pack with clothes. Luckily there is an ...
First of all: Thanks for hanging in as we blog on over the last week of our extended vacation in France. You will later get something on a day in London which will finish all of us off. Oui.
Someone said that Paris is always a good idea and that has proven to be true for us. So we were excited to revisit Paris for 8 days, though sad to ...
... street markets in Paris. It was a lovely place to get away from the busy tourist attractions of Paris. There were many bright and bustling stalls of fruit and veg in its atmospheric buildings making it one of the city’s loveliest street markets. Many grocers were selling charcuterie, patés, seafood, cheeses and sticky patisseries, foie gras, fresh bread and wine. We purchased our picnic lunch here before we walked to ...
... and the Napoleonic Wars. Beneath its vault lies the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier from WWI. Interestingly the arc is so large that some dude flew a biplane through it in 1919.
We had a fine dinner and French wine at Yuppie's Cafe on the Champs Elysee :)
Bedtime was always fun because we all had books from Shakespeare & Co. that we enjoyed reading. And of course I worked on this blog.
... done. The horrified look on her face at her hands never being clean of blood haunts you, but you can't look away. I loved it. My favourite statue is probably still the Venus de Milo that we saw on our tour the other day. All we ever do is eat at cafés here, as Paris is full of them. It's interesting because all the outside table's seating is arranged for people to sit and watch the people on the street. We went for a bit of a shop, ...