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It is with a heavy heart that we departed the United Kingdom today and all of us have got collective and individual memories to last a life time. We checked out of the Royal Horse Guards and got the best ever can driver to St Pancras station which is the international terminal. It was a pretty straightforward process and next thing you know there was another stamp in the passport. Sorry, ...
... over-whelmed. Oui.
With our remaining days, Alan and I decided to do a couple of neighborhood walking tours. We loved the Rue des Martyrs in Montmartre even more than the Rue Cler for seeing how the locals live and shop. Every sort of store, all beautifully decorated, invited us in. Tempting as they were, we stuck to ...
Determined to tackle the Metro we went over the road to the Saint Lazare metro station and tried to work it out. We knew where we had to go, near Montemarte but we didn't know how to buy a ticket! The ticket machine wouldn't accept our cards and we had no change so Rob armed with Year 7 French went to the ticket booth and was successful, €1.70 for a ticket, fair enough! Hopped 2 trains, works similar to the London tube so we were ok ...
... is shall we say, quirky in some warped bohemian stylist Parisian sense. By now the bells are getting on to seven so we decide to wander through the area called Montmartre then way way up to the Basilica Sacre-Coeur, more than a few of our mates with similar thought patterns. Yes, the views over Paris are outstanding, believe it is the highest ground in all of Paris. Note for our tout mates from all over, if you want to flog stuff it has to be the gear that the punters are ...
... be well received)
A quick freshen up and we were off to the concert we had booked at St Ephrem. It was totally different to what we had expected, being a tiny orthodox church in the midst of a residential area. Rather than the small orchestra we'd anticipated, it was a solo pianist who played to us and about fifty others. The program was Beethoven, Satie and Liszt and the whole experience captivated us. Beautiful music in a ...