Campanile Cergy Saint Christophe
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... and in the words of Agatha Christie .......
Your travel life has the essence of a dream
It is something outside the normal, yet you are in it
It is people with characters you have never seen
and in all probability will never see again
It brings occasional loneliness, homesickness and pangs of long
But you are a Viking
Who has gone into a word of adventure
And home is not home until you return
... prayer service. We could finally see the Pieta behind the main altar, even though it was still some distance away. After Vespers we walked across the square and caught the Metro "home." We shopped Rue Cler one last time for our supper--bread and cheese, wine and an apple, and a few exquisite chocolates. As we approached our hotel, the Tower was shining. We ate, and strategized for our travels home. Now to unwind and sleep, so we can get up bright and early ...
... it was safe!!!). He drove from place de la concord, up the champs élysées, past the Eiffel Tower and through the tunnel. He returned with the biggest smile on his face. What an adventure. We then walked through the Tuileries gardens to the louvre. The gardens were beautiful. It was so green with many flowers, cafés along the walk way and the most stunning statues. The buildings that lined the perimeter of the gardens were beautiful and In a city so big, ...
... most of our time wandering around the beautiful streets and finding as many carousels as we could.
We had several interesting encounters/observations during our stay. Firstly, French people enjoy leaving littler and dog poop wherever they please. Also, unless you are careful a trip to Versailles can take you upwards of three hours on a very, very slow train (with no washrooms). Additionally, street youths with facial tattoos ...
Another yummy breakfast of croissants and baguettes from patisserie across the street. Metro to Eiffel Tower. Fantastic! Climbed up hundreds of steps to second level. Magnificent view! Lunch across the river in the gardens with lovely view to the Eiffel Tower. Metro to Arc de Triomphe. More steps! Another magnificent view! Metro to the Louvre. Amazing building! Saw Mona Lisa and many other paintings and sculptures. Metro back to apartment to rest weary feet:) A fantastic ...