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... floor, that he had committed an error in the
plans and razed everything built so far in order to commence anew.
Perrault emphasizes that the architect had the habit of remodeling
certain parts of his buildings more than once, in a search for
perfection. This may explain the extraordinary length of time the ...
... wearing for two hours, surprised I didn't get taken away for questioning! In departures at last, time for the toilet (very nice facilities), bought some drinks and a sit down. We both had a look through duty free, but we won't buy anything until Hong Kong. At least we should have a couple of hours this time, we have about 3 ½ hours stop, and our plane is leaving on time. Nothing is ever simple. Our boarding passes have Gate A40. ...
... we left the catacombs were closed, and dinner time had come. We walked to the real Norte dame, as opposed to the many copies we have seen in other countries. Then walked to the tower, and decided to catch a train back home. On the way we picked up some pasta and sauce, calm down chocolate and a different wine to try. We caught the peak hour bus and collapsed back at the apartment, looking forward to leaving this city in the ...
... back to an open cafe for coffee and to wait for the mist to lift a little so we could make the most of the gardens. The trip to Giverny is definitely worth while. You don't have to know much about Monet to appreciate his impressive garden. It is effectively in two parts which are dissected by a busy road. We imagined this would have been a quite country lane when Monet was here. You get to the second garden which features the substantial small lake (I was going to say pond) ...
... the only one we've found. Maybe that's why Parisians are so skinny - they don't eat! I've unlocked their secret! Then find a little cafe, they're EVERYWHERE and grab a coffee and large piece of Tartin du porc, which ends up being a large piece of bread toasted with pork and grilled cheese, cut into about 10 soldiers. It's good. And ample - we're not starving. Then we head on a LONG trek to the musee d'evolution. That was a mission. It's the Jardin du ...