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... collapses and rebuildings, although the additional or stretched buttresses are apparent. It was cold inside the cathedral, and we were amused by how all of the older lady helpers still wore their jackets and scarves.
From the cathedral, we walked around the charming old town, which was still asleep, this being a grey, cold Sunday morning. The small houses line the canals, and the ground floors have mostly been turned into bars and restaurants. ...
... the same arrangement with the same type of bikes on a street by my workplace. Clearly something was up. I asked Google about them and it was revealed to me that these bikes are part of a bike-share program called Velib' - the largest bike-sharing program in the world!! Velib' is run by the city of Paris and has over 20,000 bicycles in over 1800 (!!!) pickup/dropoff stations. Stations are never more than 300 meters apart and ...
... you want in a foreign language (not French). He was trying to press the buttons. Eli swiped his hand away like he "was batting a pestering fly" that's a quote straight from Eli. I said no we are fine you can go away. He kept standing there so I just kept saying au revoir to him so he got the hint. Then a man from in the station shouted, he retreated to his suitcase at the side of the road. We got our tickets and ran into the station. ...
... to drop off our car was Chantilly. The town is dominated by the imposing, over-the-top Chateau de Chantilly. It is an enormous complex set amongst lakes and sprawling parkland.
The town was crowded with tourists and Parisians enjoying a leisurely Sunday afternoon with family. We had an amazing lunch before returning our car to the airport and jumping on the Eurostar back to ...
... the peasants revolted... The gardens were fantastic, and we will be comparing the Wadestown Garden Tour to all we have seen - I hope Anna is going to have classical music playing in her garden - it really added to the atmosphere. My favourite bit, and also the thing I had most wanted to see was Marie-Antioinette's Hamlet, where she had a little peasant village built on the grounds, so that she could play at being ...