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Another glorious morning and we are still excited and energised. After a quick cereal breakfast in the apartment, we headed off about 8am to Notre Dame. Still an amazing piece of architecture which blows me away each time we come here. The detail and history is astounding and even after 850yrs since construction started is it an awe inspiring monument. We left and wandered over to Shakespeare's & Co Bookshop. A ...
... we took the stairs to the second level, about 300 steps. We then purchased our lift tickets and slowly shuffled in the 'corrals' for about 45 minutes to get the the lift doors. As expected the view was terrific as the city lights spread out in very direction. There was champage in coloured light glasses and a chilled wind from the North.
Finally it was down the Tower, across the Siene, more family photographs then onto the Metro and home.
... I was hungry. I walked to the bakery next door, where the little French woman working was super cute and super sweet. She asked where I was from, if I liked Paris, and that I should come back again. She lived there her whole life and absolutely loves it. I got a sandwhich and 4 chocolate croissants, because they were four for 2 euro, and headed back to the room. Many parents were sitting outside the apartment complex watching their children while they played. Either they ...
... Bring on Italy. We're up bright and early for our flight to Rome. Bloody good thing I double checked the airport or we would have gone to CDG when it's supposed to be Orly. We're treating ourselves to a taxi after the stress of getting my bag stuck on the Metro when we arrived.
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... The line up was spilling out the gate around the corner and almost out the building. There had been problems with the train, the train before ours and after had both been cancelled, we were annoyed about the delays but so lucky our train would still be running, we departed 30mins late but then experienced further delays of an hour and then again another 20mins as the trains were queued to get ...