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... gold glamourous gates and a
massive hedge pathway leading around a corner to the shop. There was one model
at the gate and one at the door greeting all those that walked in. you stepped
into an air-conditioned store decorated with black wallpaper, chandeliers and
statues inside. The store smelled of men’s cologne, it made me feel like I was
surrounded by good looking men. A model too good looking to be real greeted us
in french. Knees ...
... on time!
Our group was only 18 people, of which half were Portuguese, and we had the use of a huge coach, so there was plenty of room to spread out.
The guide was a Frenchman with a very strong accent and that combined with the fact that he had to repeat everything in Portuguese, made for a rather stilted commentary!
The journey to Reims was about 130kms - around 90 minutes - and after a short introduction and a few details of the ...
... handle it. Caught our superfast train to Paris which was easy, fast and uneventful. Very nice train. We are in Paris.
Dropped our bags at our hotel and went exploring. Went to the Eiffel tower to get our pictures. Decided not to take the steps challenge, it was too cold and terribly windy. Walked through our neighborhood shops and had lunch at my favorite restaurant in Paris. Cafe Constantin. Gourmet food at normal prices. Wonderful lunch. See the pictures below. They pack ...
... who took the time to write on my list of 'must sees' which floor and section they were in :-) Happy me ...but I was still confused & overwhelmed with the enormity of the place, poor signage, split levels, crowds....ok, I might have had a llittle moment for 1/2 hr - but got back on track as I began to find the things I really wanted to see like.... La Joconde - Mona Lisa (although I saw that last time in 1988), Venus de Milo (c.100-130 BC), Wings of Victory (c.190 ...
... Or did they never change? The weather was rainy almost the entire way, but, at the last minute, it stopped, so our visit to Stonehenge was rain-free. The parking lot was fairly full, although I was able to park far away from other cars, which made me happy. We bought tickets then had a quite bite of lunch at the café. We took the tram out to the circle. Unfortunately, half of the path around the circle was closed due to the weather, but we still had an excellent ...