B&B Goussainville Aeroport Roissy Cdg
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... someone speak English. The tour kicked off with her filling us in on the basics of the tour. We kicked off by making the short walk up to Notre-Dame where we were bombarded with information about the construction, the reconstructions and the history surrounding Notre-Dame which was all extremely interesting, especially for someone who isn't as adept in history as most. After Notre-Dame we walked past the palace of Justice, an immense building ...
Well today was the day. Already we had tried to get into the catacombs twice: once in 2008 and once in 2012. The first time Susie wanted us to walk from the hotel on the other side of the River. It took almost 2 hours and we arrived to see the doors close almost in our faces. No amount of banging or abuse seemed to help. The second time we made plans to arrive in plenty of time but found the catacombs closed again due ...
... over to a famous bookstore called Shakespeare & Co. The books! All the books! New and old. The place itself was small with small passageways containing more books! Kassie being Kassie needed a nap by this stage. So we walked back home, detouring the local department store. The store called Monoprix has 3 levels: clothes, pharmaceuticals/makeup, and food & alcohol. We bought things to make homemade lunches for the next few days. On the wall home, ...
... Bridge was full of locks with alot of people hooking on to other locks. Fifth, we headed over to the Pantheon. This pantheon was bigger than the one we saw in Rome had similar construction to St. Paul's cathedral. Not a whole lot to tell about this place we didn't stay too long we are basically burnt out on churches and museums for a long time now. So we bought some cheap wine and headed back to the hotel to prep for departure and also take a quick nap before heading back out ...
... Good idea but the weather looks to be closing in so we join the 40 minute queue to see inside the Palace built by Louis xiv and added to for over one hundred years until the French people put their foot down and stopped the decadent waste of their money in 1789. The palace was stripped of the artwork in the Revolution while the furniture was sold off (probably to rich Poms as they were getting rid of their own rich Aristocracy). We walk through Louis xiv and xiv ...
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