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... the dark tousled head of Daniel, who took my bag up the one flight to the door of the apartement. It was a very tiny, but cosy two rooms, tiny kitchen which included the shower - and a closet of a loo, but if you were living in the heart of Paris how much time would you spend at home?
As soon as I had dropped my bags I was out again onto the metro and headed for Saint Denis, the burial place of the Kings and Queens of France. Here I spent sometime with ...
... than satisfactory tour. We walked back in when the guide finished and had a look round for a while, we were all meeting at 1315 at the upside down pyramid. We walked out outside and had a look ath masivee courtyward and the large pyramid and grabbed a coffee before getting to our RV on time. The thing about the Louvre is you wood need several days to cover it as there is so much to see. The building itself is 750m long! From the Louvre its off to the Eiffel Tower. We get dropped ...
I'll keep this short as the photos tell a much better story than I will be able to but did one of the many open-air Bus Tours today and was able to see much of the central city without the headache or footache of pounding the pavements.
Amongst the things we got to see include Notre Dame Catheral, Bastille which is a monument commorating the uprising in ...
... made by a previous class, and rolled it out and cut the shapes we needed -
croissant = triangles
Chocolate croissant (Pain au Chocolat) = rectangle
Almond parties = pin wheel
croissant buns = snail shapes
Danish party = Picture frames
2) Then we set them aside to prove
3) Then we started making our version of the dough
4) Then we had to pu our previously rolled croissants ...
... t afford to stay here too long. In fact, I've just booked our next hostel for down in Spain, missing the rest of France. I had looked up some of the hostel prices in southern France and they were more than I was willing to pay, we're talking €25 per night for some dodgy looking hostels. That said, they can't be worse than this one. The power had come back to our power point today only to die again about five minutes into using it. Luckily I had my camera charged by the desk ...