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Docked in Les Andelys overnight. Woke to mist over the river, and VERY crisp weather. Ric*************heart had his castle here and the morning walking tour is up to the castle. We start off in mist, but as we walk up to hill it clears. The view from the top is spectacular, and the castle and it's history is fascinating. We have time at the bottom to walk around Les Andelys, visit ...
... textbook' sites, and now we're into the offbeat, the hidden gems, and the lesser known museums and attractions. For instance, this visit took us through the sewers of Paris, an odorous but fascinating experience. For Les Mis fans, however, Jean Valjean was nowhere to be seen.
Kong Ha Fah Choi. Doesn't sound like French, does it? Well, it was commonly heard in Paris's Chinatown the day we went to its annual ...
... at our apartment at 4pm. Was so good to see them We all headed, via the metro to Chantal's, who put on a lovely birthday supper. It was delicious and so nice of her to do this. She had gone to so much trouble it was fabulous. From Chantal's we caught a local bus to Moulin Rouge. That was an experience in itself, so crowded with an interesting mix of people. Moulin Rouge - WOW. just seeing it I was excited. It was a hub of activity as ...
... the complex subway system before finally making it there. A quick wander through Paris' red light district, (which wasn't a nice place at all) and perhaps luckily we missed our tour, so found a nice restaurant in Montmartre and ate our very-French last dinner. I had the escargot and prawns, while Chris had the duck liver. Back on the metro, we raced over to the Eiffel Tower at sunset and caught the last hour of disk, starting at the back of the long park and finishing ...
... and were nutty by the time we got there, a reminder to us of our Harrods experience. There seemed to be more frantic people madly rushing about with bags and bags of stuff. Consumerism at it’s best (or worst!). We had hoped to see the beautiful stained glass domes but gave up quite quickly as the crowd was as busy as the Louvre!
We made the final trek up Rue de Rome arriving home completely exhausted and in need of a sit and ...