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... about 7.30pm absolutely shattered from a long day. What's weird is it is felt about 2pm as we were walking back based on the sole fact the sun is still super high in the sky for this time of night. I guess coming from ****** winter straight into summer really tangles your senses up. Aimee is now asleep and it has taken me about 30 minutes to write this novel. I am sure I have missed things. Apologies Aimee Anyway we are looking forward to tomorrow. ...
... so beautiful.
We got our first experience of queuing at The Notre Dame. The girls were not too keen, but we told them that this is just a taste of what's to come so get used to it. Queue went really fast anyway.
The Notre Dame was amazing inside. The leadlight windows are just beautiful. It is hard to imaging that the place that we were standing in was built in the 12th century. There is so much history. ...
... already, lets do it right. We went down to the lower level of the top floor to get away from the wind and watched as the city became dark. Paris lights up inn every direction. I am very happy that we went at night to see the view of day, sunset then dark. There was some excited cheering while we were at the top. I thought it
was fireworks, but it turned out to be someone getting engaged.
We headed down to the second level of the tower to take a look ...
Train ride from Avignon was absolutely stunning! It was exactly what I pictured after having read about the region. I'm so thankful I got to see it. I didn't get any good pictures as the train moved so quick, I'll forever be so glad I have the memories of the landscape though. So green and hilly, cows and horses and lamb's, stone houses and barns surrounded with little stone walls. Awesome!
I was a little on guard for the train station and the metro here. I met a girl who ...
... us 2 seats in 1st class – yay! Not that we’re opposed to 2nd class (since we just spent 18 days in a small campervan), but if you’re allowed to travel 1st class, why not? Besides, this was a 3½ hour ride, so a little extra blogging room was welcome. We both got a good amount of writing done, and since we’d already seen so much scenery, we didn’t feel too bad about not looking up from our ...
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