Chateau de Sancy
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... preacher, Jacques Bénigne Bossuet (1627-1704), famous for his funeral orations and the city's bishop from 1682 to 1704.
Meaux is famous for L Appellation d’Origine Brie de Meaux (brie) and Moutarde de Meaux Pommery (mustard)
Musée de la Grande Guerre
This museum offers a new vision of the first ...
... traffic was backed up. So our train is delayed, but that's alright because I would have had like our an hour wait at the station in Paris. Hopefully I don't get lost on my way to the station, since we have to go from gare nord to gare l'est.
Bobbie and I didn't get lost on the way to the other station! Since our train was delayed, we didn't have much time to wait to get on our final train to Nancy. We had like 5 minutes before boarding. It was a really nice train on ...
... to see. I walked in the bar hoping that they knew some English so I didn't have to try my luck at explaining what the state of origin was in French. It was said to be a Canadian bar, and I think that may have been what she was, to my relief. I asked if she was playing the game and she said of course, so we sat down and had very expensive beer and waiting for our match to start.
Frustrating once again I watch my boys loose, but to my surprise almost everyone there ...
... walk through the Tuileries Gardens and up the Avenue des Champs-Elysées to L'Arc de Triomphe. The area around the Louvre is fantastic and just as exciting a second time - it is such a huge museum and also a stunning building. It was mild and there were many people out enjoying the evening. At 9:00pm the Champs-Elysées was PACKED with people and there was so much traffic that there were police at the L'Arc de Triomphe roundabout. ...
We stepped out into Paris once more - raining!!! But even this didn't dampen our excitement.
Once again there was a very heavy police presence everywhere.
The Champs Élysées looks wonderful at night and there were many others promenading.
We arrived at the Laduree to be greeted by the same woman on the desk as when we had come in for lunch. She discreetly ...