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... crossing over at the foot of the Eiffel tower and bringing us back home again. All of these walks sure let you find out what’s in your neighbourhood and you certainly see the various types of architecture added on and there are so many monuments and signs it can be hard to catch everything as you walk by. Hopefully Terry will be back to normal (okay, settle down) and we can do a hop on, hop off bus tour around the city followed by an evening cruise down the Seine. ...
... again we are luggaged to the hilt. And of course, at check-in we were asked to move things from bag to bag to make sure that 2 pieces each didn't total more than 46 kilos! We had paid for an extra bag each already on line in Melbourne :) Juggle, and juggle and quite amazingy we came in just under weight! Oh yes, we were very glad to leave that counter behind and move on to security which was a breeze in comparison. Just over 2 hours later we arrived in Paris and found a ...
... but then we paid to take the train thru the grounds! Fantastic as it was 30 C out..and at least a 2 hour round trip walk to Marie Antoinette's hamlet. We really did well..toured the Petite Tetoin..had a French guided tour of the private chambers & the attic....the gardens..and walked to the hamlet! Fantastic. Arrived back to hot stuffy hotel..ate supper at a restaurant, out on the street..went to bed..exhausted ..good ...
... the Rodin Museum to check out the sculptures in the outdoor garden. The interior was closed, but I seem to remember being underwhelmed by that the last time I was there in 2002. The sculptures were magnificent and I even got to take some great pictures of the Invalides together with the Eiffel Tower which was a real treat. Exhausted after a warm day in the sun, and lots of walking ...
... came by at 1:00 when I called an Uber car for the trip across town to the hall we’d reserved. The owner-driver thought I was French when we first got in, but when I commented to Tatiana about the Dire Straits song he had playing, and he heard Tatiana and me speaking English he asked where we were from. When I said the US, he grew excited and wanted to use his English. He said he was married to a Scottish woman, and that they actually lived in ...