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... yup you're right that's the shoe floor. Well two pair of Parrellel shoes later and a hand bag for Sally and another trip to the tax refund and we were out of there! Hopped into a taxi and over to avenue George V. There was an Armani store there and coincidentally very close to George V hotel so thought a little shop and a little glass of champagne would be the plan. Wouldn't you know it Armani store closed for renovations. The Terrace at George V ...
... decided to make the rounds of the typical scenes. Traditional, yes, but we really enjoyed our day.
From Place de Clichy we took the subway to the Arc de Triomphe, designed by Jean Chalgrin in 1806 to honour those who fought and died for France in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. Commanding all attention from the centre of Place Charles de Gaulle, the Arc was much larger and more imposing and impressive in person than either of us expected. It stands fifty metres ...
... the Arc but I was feeling pretty tired with this cold so didn't go. We then found a place for dinner and met the bus for the short trip down to the Seine for our final activity with the bus group. We had a 9 pm booking for a boat ride on the Seine River. This time was important so at the right time and the right angle we were able to see the Eiffel Tower light up. I was pretty happy with my sunset photos too. Went to bed once we got back - this cold is knocking me a ...
... River and the famous grassy knolls lying in perfect rectangles in front of the Tower, especially stood out. After a few scenic photo ops, I was off to explore the 2nd of the three levels. More steps, more of a heightened distance to the ground, but yet all the better views. While the third level was enticing, the only route was via lift and another long line to wait through. Decision? Time would ...
Day 18 – May 18 Conflans and Versailles
Last day, sigh.
Since Bill had visited Versailles recently, just Ruth took
Versailles is an elegant reminder of the opulence of the French kings. We wandered through room after room of elaborate decorations, exquisitely painted ceilings, and large impressive paintings. One in ...