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... a fountain and even a carousel at the bottom. A funicular will also take you down to the bottom of the butte if you don't want to walk. It gives the whole area a sense of community and a central place for people to come together.
Added bonus? The basilica has a Dome to climb! So off I went again. Mike stayed in the church courtyard and listened to some ...
... at weather.com because it only shows it for the US. So that's cool, I'll just hang out while my nose leaks.
Noémie is in possession of an iPhone and got whatsapp and keeps calling me and texting me on it. Like we are in the same room, we can't call each other. It's cute that she wants to talk to me and everything but I can only use whatsapp when I'm in the house because I don't have internet on my phone yet and I don't think she can take her phone with her ...
... in NH. It could have been a typical Sunday morning stroll anywhere, if, and only if your anywhere neighborhood included the Eiffel Tower in the middle of the local park. The area where we are is gorgeous. Tree lined quiet streets that Tammy tells me "now I know where New Orleans got the design idea for the French Quarter". While we walked Tammy came upon a corner sidewalk cafe and wanted to get a coffee. To those of you who haven't been to Paris ...
... was the Bayeux tapestry which is 70 meters long. It was made almost 1000 years ago depicting the Battle of Hastings. It is in incredible shape after almost being lost and rescued on a few occasions. We did the audio tour and learned much about the history of that time. Normandy was given first to the Vikings who arrived in 900 because the King in Paris wanted them to stay away from Paris. Then the King of England, Edward the Confessor, named William of Normandy ...
... to head for home by this stage, as it had been a pretty full day. We said goodbye to the girls, as they go on the next leg of their journey early tomorrow. We have discovered that on the first Sunday of the month all museums have free admission, so we plan to take advantage of that. The info said to be early, as obviously the queues build up quickly. Thanks for your replies to the blog. We love to hear your news from home too. We hope you are all well. With love, Lyn and ...