Beaugrenelle Saint Charles
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... the Eiffel Tower was marred slightly by overcast skies and pouring rain, we couldn't afford to eat in small bistros (none of us wanted to, anyway - we have had enough restaurant food for a while - I can hear all of you foodies screaming right now ), museums were seen as a classroom for lessons in art and history, and strolling along the Seine in April with mittens and scarves soon lost its appeal. Do not get me wrong - we all loved it! It ...
... 8217;s very frightening. Bleeding out internally is not something we like to think about in much detail….
At 3:30 pm Pierre and Honorine came to fetch me and we drove over to the UN population and development office where Guy works. He came out, we didn’t go in, because they’re taking so many health precautions (Ebola again) that it’s apparently quite time consuming to get in and out. Odette and her daughters were already ...
... and free time with lunch again on the Avenue of the Arch de Triomphe after climbing the Arch and viewing the city at 360 degrees. AMAZING!!!!
Big day on the streets, back to hotel to dress up for our last night with the tour and off to see "Nouvelle Eve Cabaret and dinner" with Can Can. Tammy managed to get a table for 4 right at the front of the stage. Gary got chosen to dance on stage, (he should have ...
... and courtyards here and there. Most of them are not very big and typically have a sandbox and couple of playground thin gees like a slide or a seesaw but thats all you really need to keep the 2 - 6 year old’s happy. They are also well maintained and sometimes we’ve noticed how when we come in with the kids, the sand has been raked and groomed.
The Spirits: We observed that the average beer in France is quite strong. Can't complain about that. We don't ...
... train we picked up our two day museum pass (which included Versailles) from the TI on the way to the Chateau. There we joined the hordes in the queue for at least a half hour wait before we got in. Then began the crowded shuffle through the many rooms, seeing how Louis XIV, his family, and their successors lived until the mob hauled them off to the guillotine in 1789.
It was interesting to compare Versailles with Peterhof in St. Petersburg. After visiting ...