Balladins Champigny Sur Marne/Plateau
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Our tour group break up at breaky today and head off to do their own thing. 3 couples including us staying another night. We head off this morning with a couple from Heidelberg, Victoria to the museum d'Orsay which houses collections from impressionist painters such as Van Gough. Taxi ride there cost 35 euro as roads were closed all of the place for one event. Spent a ćouple of hours there and as we left it started to pour rain again. Forgot to ...
... of the founder of the first bookstore, Sylvia Beach, the second was renamed Shakespeare and Company in her honor. I used to like to stop there when we lived in France, when it was not so easy to get English books – no online shopping in those days!
As I trudged up the hill toward the hotel, I made a last stop at the Jardin des Plantes, originally a garden, created by Louis XIII, for the cultivation of ...
... Ah the Dome. 300 steps to the top!!! ....for probably one of the best views in Paris. Pretty proud of myself for climbing to the top and was worth all of the €6 euros. Inside the church was an experience I will never forget. If the video I attach comes out. You must watch the few brief seconds and you may get an idea of the angelic sounds of the Nuns singing. And the rays of light above your heads and ...
We left lovely London this morning, catching the Eurostar train to Paris. Travelling at speeds between 160km/hr and 300km/ hr, we made it to Paris in about 2 and a half hours, including 20 minutes 195m under The English Channel. We are staying in an apartment whose owners are living now in the South of France. The whole apartment ...
... way home as we planned to pick up our dinner at the Festival de Vendange happening right in our front yard tonight and through the weekend. They would have dozens of tents full of foods and wines from all the regions of France set up right below the Sacre Coeur church. Sure enough, as we mounted our steps, people were streaming up to sample the ...