Campanile - Conflans
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"Better to see something once than to hear about it a thousand times." Today we woke up in Conflas, about 30 minutes outside of Paris and opted to stay on board The Rinda and enjoy a leisurely morning rather than do any of the morning excursions offered. The cruise has been so special in so many ways and although our hearts and minds have gone to our loved ones back home many a time - the experience was exhilarating. Another "check" off our bucket list. Time with our ...
Up at 7am to the alarm and an awake mum. We were out the door and aboard the metro at 8am on our way to Sacre Coeur. The area was deserted when we got off the metro, eerie really. We trundled up the streets until we hot some stairs and we came out at the top on the right of Sacre Coeur. Didn't really get it before we left... It's a church, a nice big one on top of the hill that you can't take photos in. It was nice. The architecture amazing. The view from ...
... and afterwards the waiter brought out sake in these very vulgar/ sexually explicit glasses. I was so shocked/ amused by these sexual sake glasses that the waiter insisted I take one back to America with me.
Also I'm pretty sure my family thinks I'm a pervert now but the penis pics at the bottom of the sake glasses were just too bizarre and funny! After dinner we had a little coffee and then headed back to Franks apt to watch the end of the Costa Rica Greece ...
... it is being played just up the road... Then back on the road a wander around our local area looking for dinner, after an hour of Goz not making up his mind we grab some bread and bits & pieces and head back to our hotel with a bottle of wine, very nice dinner in the end.
Today we got a lazy start. We went to Versailles which was about 35 min away by train. Versailles is the King's Palace. When we got there the line was really long to get in the Palace so we went to the gardens. They stretch out over several miles. There were lots of Topiaries, Fountains and Statues. We then walked to the Grand Trianon which was where Marie Antoinette did several performances. It was a lot of very old furniture and ...