Campanile Cergy Pontoise
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... a range of different dances all from different parts of the world. On Monday we headed to the Tuileries and sat on one of the deck chairs by the pond, looking up at the Louvre in front of us, and having a reflective moment about how these might just be some of the best days of our lives. If the Tuileries can be this beautiful in summer, I'll be waiting eagerly to see them in spring and summer! We found some ...
... free. It was absolutely gorgeous. We saw so many famous pieces of art and the Mona Lisa! In total, we were in there for about two hours and I took many photos. I was able to do it without being sick. By the time we were done, I was a little bit hungry so we took the metro back to the hostel and found an Americanized restaurant there where I was able to eat some pizza. For not having a successful morning, we had a successful afternoon.
Today was Rick's birthday - hence his gloomy look in the picture! We started our day off like most Saturdays at home - with breakfast out, of a pastry and a coffee. Ok so breakfast out here in Paris is not quite the same as at home!! It was yet another beautiful morning and we returned to the first café we went to when we arrived for the Parisienne - croissant, baguette, fresh squeezed OJ and Rick had ...
... be getting out of control if I'm being mistaken for a street thug. I wonder if Scott ever has this problem? Our tour guide was quite good, not really funny but he knew his history very well, and he discussed at length the rise, fall and subsequent restoration of the Notre Dame building and how it was, in a way, the book the Hunchback of Notre Dame that saved the building. We visited the first stone bridge in France, and were told about how it had been used by the aristocracy as ...
This morning we woke up nice and jaded after a 12 hour sleep. Went down for breakfast where Sean had bread and pastries... just bread and pastries. Aimee went for the traditional western scrambled eggs, sausages and tomatoes. Came back to the room feeling like we had been up for 20 hours so proceeded to have another 5 hour nap. I think this is what they call jet lag?? ...