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... beautiful, beautiful! The people of St Germaine are certainly lucky! It has a palace, tennis courts, play areas for children, little nooks everywhere to sit outside and relax, a lake to sail toy boats on no less, a band playing in a huge rotunda and on and on. So, have also seen the Louvre and Notre Dame and walked everywhere! Tomorrow is a travel day - off to Amsterdam no less, how lucky are we! Au Revoir for now. Miss everyone. ...
... warning him of Nazi plans to raid the wines of Beaune, in time for the Drouhin family to wall up its most expensive bottles. There is a door named the Porte de Liberté ironically by an American soldier, where the Resistance would meet in these cellars. The wines we were offered for tasting were all premier cru, and were all superb. Burgundy's white wines are all made from the c******nay grape, and its reds from pinot ...
... Simon, Liv and Issy are on their own tonight. Now is the time to wish all our friends at home a very Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy, successful and contented 2015. We feel blessed to know you, and to know that you care about us. We also know how lucky we are to be here in Paris with some of the family and although it will not snow, it will be a wonderful day for us. Our love and best wishes to you ...
... ended at the Eiffel Tower, things were very very busy down there! Jarrod had already been up the tower with Dragan yesterday, so Fiona and I went up without him , and he waited in the rain (it rained all day long) with his umbrella. Fortunately the lines weren't too bad and we managed to get right up the top - I'm not going to lie, my hands were sweating a bit going up that elevator... It's a bit freaky!!! After this, we headed home for ...
... to me. Just to try to comprehend how long ago this place existed feels almost impossible, let alone the events that occurred
here. I wish I could find that place that Owen Wilson found in Midnight in Paris, lol.
When I finally made it to the Arc de Triomphe, I stumbled upon a ceremony of some sort. It
was something military related and I could hear a band playing. Eventually, I heard a policeman tell someone that ...