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We took Didi's advice and took the washed sheets to the local laverie where the machine swallowed €3 and would not start so we searched the surrounding streets for half an hour for another. All went well and we had coffee while they dried. The Notre Dame cathedral built from 1163 to about 1250 and on a grand scale has free English language tours on Wednesdays and ...
... We started the day scouring the country side looking for the village of Turville home of the Vicar of Dibley. The rolling hills of Berkshire hide an enormous number of villages with their own charms but the children were only looking for one. After a couple of missed turns and questions at service stations we eventually rounded a corner and saw a sign for Turville. Ben and El ...
... one. The problem with automatic pumps here in France is that they give you no choice as to how much money to authorise, typically about 100 Euro, which becomes unavailable from my account for a few days until the correct amount - usually something like 20 Euro - is correctly posted and the 100 Euro authorisation removed. It's a bit of a pain, so I carried on to the next petrol station where I found a normal, manned petrol station. With that taken care of I found a nearby ...
... don't do things by halves in Paris.
Speaking of doing things by halves, we then made our way to the Palais Garnier which we can almost glimpse from our apartment. This of course is the home of the Paris Opera - the opera of Phantom of the Opera fame. We went in for the tour and OMG - what a building, it is so ornate and decorated and over the top but it works! It was absolutely magnificent. Mr Garnier the ...
... forget, and makes Claire and I laugh every time we talk about them.
When we left we found the Moulin Rouge, and took some pictures, of the building, and then it was time to go to the Louvre. After several subway stops we got off, and started walking towards the Louvre. When we saw the Louvre for the first time, it was HUGE! I now understand why people say you would need a week to really look at everything. We sat down and ate some fruit in front of it before ...