Campanile Paris Est Porte De Bagnolet
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... Gas is expensive. $6.50 per gallon for diesel and about $8 for gasoline. It pays to rent a diesel car in Europe and it is wise to get the smallest car possible, if necessary. Learn to say hello, goodbye, and thank you in the languages you'll hear. It is appreciated. Wi-fi is almost non-existent in Italy and the small towns in France. Ice is not common. Bring some refreezable plastic ice cubes or small ice trays for your drink if you want ice. But ...
Off to the Versailles Palace by train.
When I was a young boy (13 I think) I went on a school holiday to Paris and the Palace was one of the many sights we saw. I have always had memories of the place as it is really stunning.
It has changed a bit over the last 50 something years. Not in any physical sense, but in ...
... younger, Steven was experiencing some deja vu. Whilst I have also been previously and can remember some small parts about our visit (e.g. Hotel Rex - Mum & Leish you guys know what I'm talking about) most of it felt new.
We dodged the men doing magic, selling mini towers and the slower tourists to arrive underneath the massive arched legs of the tower. Looking around we soon located the line for the stairs. ...
... Suzanne Halliday arriving some time after 2pm so have to be around to let her in. Really looking forward to going to Bones tonight if I can stay awake! www.bonesparis.com In the meantime have checked out Peco Peco across the road. Very cool. Tiny space but seats 26 with a few around the bar/counter. Just had the pork, red cabbage and spicy BBQ sauce roll as they had sold out of whatever else they had! Sort of Japanese inspired. Will check ...
... south a couple of stops, to the Notre dame. Obviously after leaving from the most inconvenient metro exit, I had to wind my way back to the river. It was a lovely day - blue skies and the green trees, some out in full pink blossom bloom. I headed East along the river, it was like small canal, lined with lots of boats. The stalls selling a whole range of Paris tourist tat were not yet up and running, so it was a nice peaceful walk! And towards the "lovelock" bridge. ...