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... bus, eaten escargot, seen all the major sites in a few hours, and heard La Vie en rose on an accordion, it seemed appropriate to order absinthe to drink, to make our stereotypical French visit complete. If only we were served our absinthe by a man in a blue and white horizontal-striped shirt with a skinny mustache it would have made our Paris experience thorough. The absinthe was stronger than I remember having had before and my sister couldn’t finish hers so ...
... French firstly about taxis and he said we would need to telephone and then when I told him the address of the hotel he said to get back on the train and continue on to the airport where I would find many buses passes this street. This was another case of a conversation which started in French and as I walked away I realised that it had ended in English without me even realising.
Well getting back onto the station was easier said ...
... Museum which has a beautiful garden and many of the statues are placed there. In fact the garden is the highlight rather than the indoor exhibition. Our last visit for the day, was to Notre Dame. Such a beautiful building. In fact I think I admire the outside more than the interior but still magnificent. So back to the apartment and then a stroll to find somewhere to eat. We were ...
... handfuls of rice. Maddie was delighted and romped up to get covered in pigeons, but Milly was not quite so keen. It was fun but all we could think of is how much Anna Boyle would have hated it! The other excitement was later that evening heading to the airport to pick up Pops from his Barcelona flight. Maddie was hanging out to see him and came with me so she could race up to him and give him a huge ...
... close to the metro, shops etc. We wandered down a street nearby. At first glance, the buildings along the streets of Paris weren't as imposing as the buildings in London. They were still large but it seemed more light and spacious - perhaps it was just because there was sunshine! It was quite warm in France - it's hard to believe there could be that much difference in weather just across the channel. It is also strange to have everyone around you speaking a different language. ...