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... was a clear day so you could see far. After the Arc, we headed for a stroll down the Champs to get some lunch. We then just strolled and took in all the sights. Mia and Ty wanted ice cream, so we hit up the Hagen Dazs Restaurant. The menu was mammoth! I think we all enjoyed that restaurant. We headed back to pick up our luggage and head to the airport! This was one of my top family ...
... XIV moved from Paris, until the royal family was forced to return to the capital in October 1789 after the beginning of the French Revolution. We toured the state apartments covered in paintings and reproduction furniture, and the highlight, the Hall of Mirrors. 73m long, 10m wide and 12m high it looks out onto the Grand Perspective of the gardens which we spent time wandering in before our return to Paris. A long day but very enjoyable. Time to pack as we fly home ...
... are entering the court area. As they are doing renovations part of the building is covered, found the entrance, paid & went in & what an amazing place, wound our way up the stairs & on entering we were in awe of the stained glass windows around the whole building, just beautiful, quiet & restful. Amazing to think that 70% of the glass is original dating back from 1225. We then wound our way back down the stairs to look at the peasants part of ...
So today I wanted to see how the other side lived - so it was off to the palaces. There were three on my hit list, the Petit Palais, the Grand Palais and the royal palace. They were not what i thought they would be. As it turns out Petit Palais is actually an art gallery. I went in had a look anyway. They had an exhibition on Paris in 1900. This was the year of the world fair, when the Eiffel tower was built. Apparently this was the time when Paris was at the ...
... It's like a maze of several staircases & our swipe card only let's us into certain doors so we don't wander into the female only dorms by mistake. Then comes the obstacle course. An outdoor walkway flooded with water. All the wooden planks that slot together so you can walk down it have been stood up on their side. Grant side steps down the small cement part under the railing & swings around metal pillars with a pack on to reach the end & check if it's the door ...
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