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We packed our bags ready to leave at lunch time today. We went down and enjoyed our last breakfast, we had had a busy, but productive visit to Paris. We didn't need to be out of our rooms until midday so we could sort ourselves out at our leisure. Diane and I went back up to our room, cleaned our teeth and finished packing our bags. We decided to …
... Marc and the kids went to the second floor while Libby and I went all the way to the top- it was breathtaking- and a beautiful time to see Paris- with the sunsetting.
We then walked down the Champs Elysees and had dinner. It was very cold but not raining. It was just beautiful with the lights and all the shops. Loved loved loved it. And the kids were very good- walking and walking everywhere. We just love Libby with us!
Hopefully my blog isn't going to always be about the weather .. but it must be said that Paris managed an amazingly warm day in high 20s to welcome me today... the Parisienes and tourists alike all seemed filled with smiles and happiness because of this (I thought) ... except for the corner Barista (shall we call him Basil the ...
... Made the Eiffel Tower lines look small. Certainly pays to go on a group tour here. We looked at the gardens first before going into the palace. Gardens cover 2000 acres and the areas closest to the buildings are laid out formally, those further away are less formal and forested. The level of extravagance is high with no expense spared. Walked straight into the palace bypassing all the lines. Our guide gave us our train tickets home and left us here to ...
... were once again baffled by the information on the screens and the track numbers, which didn’t match. But after consulting Rick Steves, he said that every train goes back to Paris and to hop on any one, so we did, and were able to get off at the right station.
We again met Terry and Sandra for dinner and tried the Brasserie Aux PTT, a restaurant that Rick Steves said would give you free Kir aperitifs with dinner if you mentioned his name. We did, and it ...