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... windows all the way around. It was very beautiful.
Next door was the Conciergerie, a palace that was turned into a prison for the French Revolution and where Marie-Antoinette was held before she was taken to the guillotine. They had replicas of the cells displayed and depending on how much money you had, the cells ranged from straw and a bucket to a nice bed and table.
We walked around the island and back to Note Dame but the queue ...
Caroline had booked us for a two hour guided tour of the Eiffel tower from 5pm to 7pm, and then had made dinner reservations for us at the prestigious Jules Verne restaurant at the top of the Eiffel Tower at 7pm (technically it's on the second level, not the very top). This restaurant is fully booked months in advance, so Caroline had to make reservations 6 months ago just to get us in. It's also listed on this cool website ...
... Francis K Jeff spent ages buying and talking, so much so we realised we were late for lunch! A very speedy half hour walk home to pick up a bottle of champagne and around to Stephs. Laurence had wanted to have us down to her place for lunch but Steph wasn't feeling up to it so she bought the lunch to Steph! Delicious inside picnic. Ham, pate encroute, tomato with basil, green salad with fennel and broad beans. Cheese and an apricot tart. Bottle of rose and bottle of Bollinger. ...
... archway. It is 110 m high, 106 m wide and contains 35 floors of office space in the two sides. A structure called 'The Cloud' spans the inside of the Grande Arche and this was added to the arch after it was built to reduce wind resistance. It is another impressive monument and is the third arch along the Axe Historique. Tomorrow we are leaving Paris to head for Germany on our way to the Romantic Road. So when I type my next blog it will be au revoir Paris and guten tag ...
... gone to the previous two times he'd been in Paris. Vlad thought it was very nice, but after everything he'd seen so far it was all very passé. Meanwhile, Ivan had turned up to the Galway just as happy hour started, and began drinking with John, a pom who has been living in Johannesburg for 25 years. By the time Vlad arrived at 6.30 pm Ivan was well and truly on the way. It started getting extremely busy, with all sorts of expats dropping in, most ...
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