Belambra Clubs - Magendie
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leave until 2:45pm. The dock had a single café, so everyone sat around just
waiting. Steve and I played cards to help pass the time. At 1:45 we boarded the
boat. It was huge!! The boat had 9 levels all up including a few of just car
parking. On board was two restaurants, two small cinemas, a bar, a café, a
games room as well as private cabins and private lounges for some groups. The
trip was going to be for five or so hours so Steve and I ...
... its fame during the French Revolution's “Reign of Terror” in 1793-94 where it was the site of imprisoning and guillotining 2700 people including Queen Marie Antoinette, who became a headless queen. A view of the cells and a reflection on that segment of its history made this an interesting stop.
Back across the river and on to the Louvre Museum. The most ...
... glimpse of the city, and were pretty keen to go out and see such a famous place. It's a little bit of a walk down to the River Seine and the central area, but our hotel was situated near the Boulevard de Sèbastopol which is a main road in, and we decided by walking we'd get our bearings a little bit better. Plus we couldn't understand any of the Metro signs to use it, it's all in French, not a bit of English at all! We got onto the street and began walking in, and it ...
... glorious, exhausting, exhilarating 5-hour experience at one of the world's great monuments to art.
On this high summer morning at the Louvre, we were swept up mostly in sensations... heat and light and swirling colors, gold leaf frames and marble columns. It is almost impossible to stop and admire any certain piece because of the crowd and we finally stopped trying and just flowed along with the tourists, trying to see what we ...
... through local stall holders selling antiquities near the river. Too expensive I say many times to MDW. So with lunch approaching we get a taxi to Notre Dame to find "Crepe Street". A 3 course meal for 10 euro. Got to be good value. Except a soft drink is 5 euros and the meals are tiny. We are almost finished when a disgusting smell started to waft into the eatery. We pay and evacuate. A French lady tells us it ...