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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... well or to get good photographs without people in them. While our day was soured by an emergency at the station we were to return from making a ten minute walk and subsequent train trip from the next station a very confusing experience for non French speakers, we were under impressed by our visit to Versailles Palace. It looked like an extravagantly built place by rich people so insecure that they had to build something bigger and better than the last person and ...
... lanes and terrace houses. Lots of little shops in between the houses. I could easily get lost here since every thing looks the same. We spent time this afternoon sorting out itinerary for this weekend's workshop.we also have to work on shortening our talks because no one understands English. We have to say a paragraph and then a lady ...
... was were we headed first to catch up with our Kiwi friends Ray and Sarah. We had a lovely dinner in the Latin Quarter and had a great time catching up. I ordered snails and Stace even tried some, which I was impressed with.
The following day we went on a great walking tour with an American sounding Frenchman who had seemingly consumed five red bulls beforehand. It was a fantastic tour though and was a great mix of history and ...
... OK" sign and a nod. Apparently, he also thought the souffle was worth ordering. Big shocker...the souffle was perfect. I'll always remember that taste and texture. At this point, it started to set in that we only have one more day in Paris (and vacation as a whole). Tomorrow, we'll pack for our trip and pick a few more things to do in Paris before we leave. It's really hard to believe that our trip is coming to a close, but we're also getting excited to go home and sleep in our own ...
... it. This suited me as I think it is
over-rated. We made our way across the square in front of Notre Dame (where
there was a bread exhibition/fete), along the river side, through lovely
gardens. This gave us an exceptional view of the flying buttresses, gargoyles
and stone work of the cathedral. Brought to life the architecture of ‘Pillars
of the Earth’ by Ken Follett.
We wandered through back streets, making our ...