BEST WESTERN The Wish Versailles
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Getting into the Christmas spirit we went to the evening concert in the local Eglise des Blancs Manteaux with a boys choir from an outer and classy suburb. They are called Les Petits Chanteurs De Saint Dominique from the school at Le Pecq and boy do I wish we sang as well in my school choir. The program included Bach, Mozart, an Italian modern composer, and an extract from Josua by Handel and finished with the Hallelujia Chorus in english. It was serious, charming and ...
... having Info displays and a souvenir shop. Fantastic view, of course, of the 12 avenues coming into the roundabout at the base of the Arc, hence its extra name, "Etoile"or "star". Climbed down again and boarded the bus. Got off at the Eiffel Tower, and climbed again, 680 steps to the platform of the second level. Fantastic views and much better way than to take the lift. Didn't we do ...
... later this week! We used our Paris passes again and jumped the queue to climb up the top of the Arc de Triumph. The view was lovely, especially across to the Tour Eiffel.
We then headed back home via the patisserie- a pear tart for George, a rich chocolate muffin for Zoe, a coffee/vanilla slice for Jason and a citron meringue tart for me. All delicious. We then rested for a good 3 hours before heading back out to climb the Tour Eiffel at night.
Love and Smiles,
... the meats, fruits, veges, the pastries an endless line of deliciousness! We got some peaches, nectarines, salami, the most scrumptious bread, that was cooked with cheese in the middle, and then a custard pie (which was like our custard square) but better, and had a picnic under the Eiffel Tower, just bliss. The louvre was out if this world, with about 600 rooms in this building it was hard to try and absorb it all in. We had an audio tour which I ...
... subway to see the Arc De Triomphe. It was so nice to see it!
Tomorrow we are going to visit the museum featuring the Marvel comic book history, as well as the Chateau De Vincennes. When JD and I were in Jamaica in 2012 we shared many drinks, laughs and stories with a lovely couple, Dino and Deb from England. They happen to be in Paris tomorrow evening - so we are going to meet up with them for dinner. Can't wait!
Could life get any better?