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... explored some of the shops on Rue Rivoli. Jude found some nice pants in Zara and I bought a jumper. We walked up to the Musee Pompidou, where we had a light lunch and spent a few hours viewing a special exhibition on the photography of Henri Cartier Bresson, and the amazing collection of modern art in the museum. It gets to the he stage were you just can't take any more in. The ...
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 ...
... a Monoprix store & bought a few things (roquefort cheese, proscuitto, eggs, baguette, capers, lemon, chicken, fizzy water, wine, 7up) realize I need to carry everything I buy. Even stopped at the flower shop & bought myself a bouquet of roses. Unloaded my groceries & decided to go out for a cappuccino & read my "Food & Wine" magazine. Decided to go to the cafe up the street, it looks lively. Enjoyed ...
... of hours to kill so enjoyed another cup of coffee and cake and read.
This train is with Eurostar where the others have been with Italiarail and was a very comfortable and smooth ride. We arrived in Paris around 3pm. Each time we arrive in a new city, I have the feeling of vulnerability as we try and find our way around and to our hotel. Paris was no different. We have done really well previously either walking or using public transport. I must admit I was feeling ...
... eateries everywhere else, however all we could find was a bus down by the water charging 12 euro for a burger and coleslaw take away. Talk about robbery but we were starving so we shared one. It was tasty and filled the gap momentarily even though it hurt ..... especially when we think of a nice large sausage in a roll for 2 euro in Germany.
Along the river we saw some small porta sheds with postage stamp sized garden landscape features outside and a sign ...