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... will seat 6 of us but no trouble at this restaurant! The food great. A couple wines later, back on the train. Arriving back in Paris we walked to the Pompidou Centre, stopping at the Church of St Eustace. Wow, these churches are impressive, in architecture, wealth, and just in the way they built the things all those years ago. How the hell did they do it? The Pomidou Centre is a modern edifice dedicated to contemporary and modern art. Very different to other musee's we have ...
Today was Eiffel Tower day. We caught public transport up close, then walked the rest. Although we pre booked tickets there was still quite a wait at every point. Once we got to the second level, the ticket station to the top was closed for an hour, and the line was getting longer so we decided not to go any higher. I was really ...
... walked from the tower along the Siene to the most romantic bridge in the world, the Pont Alexandre III, before jumping on our tour bus along the Ave des Champs-Élysées. We stayed on the bus on the green line seeng the Arc De Triomphe, Opera House, the Tower again, and got off at the Marie Madeline church for lunch. We had a yummy lunch, kids enjoyed the ham and cheese, whilst Andrew and I had a ...
... To this day the estate features the stunning formal gardens designed by both of these feuding, competitive women. Joan found the grounds as lovely as the chateau. With the rains continuing, we found another wine-tasting in our next destination of Chinon. We had hoped to get to the castle here in town but yet again the clouds parted and the rain poured- the Royal Fortress partially outside became a not so perfect idea so wine tasting seemed to be a smart ...
... avocado, cheese, bread and a mustard/mayonaise in a tube(very European). It was quite delicious and we relaxed for awhile and just enjoyed the scene and shade.
Walked around the St. Michel area where Robert and I had stayed on our first trip. Did not go and see if the Hotel de Faculte was still there. From there we walked over to Ille. St. Louis and rested for a bit and watched people and then decided to go have a drink at ...