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After 21 hours in the air and 15 hours in airport lounges we finally landed in Paris . We had a slight hiccup with our transfer , the female receptionist at the Info desk was not impressed when I asked her to make a call for me , even after my perfectly practised 'Bonjour Madame ' introduction ! I will endeavour to practise maybe ...
... exciting as I do. ;) It also has beautiful old wood beam ceilings. It was hot but overcast today so that helped make it bearable. We did a lot of walking, since there's a logical string of things quite close to us. We started at Notre Dame and, amazingly, it's free to go inside and they have a free tour that runs once a day (or you can go around yourself or get an audio guide for $5). I think this is the first free church we've seen! However, at 3:00 there ...
... the stores.
i brought myself a few souvenirs so that i would remember my time.
It was about 5 o'clock and i went to the restaurant and bar in disnleyland and had tea and a few drinks. They had some of the characters walking around i met donald duck and goofy.
After i had tea i called a taxi and headed back to where was i staying! i was absolutely exhausted and bed was calling me.
... underpass where Princess Diana died including a flame statue in her tribute. * An opera house Napoleon had built but never visited. (He was no longer in power when it was finished.) * A Replica of a Roman Tower Napoleon had built with himself on top of course. * the Louvre (which we drove by forever, that place is huge) We learned it began as a castle for the Kings of France which they kept expanding until it was abandoned by Louis XIV when he began ...
... in Paris despite the crowds and traffic. Watching out for them is akin to watching out for loose rocks and cow pies along 'the Way'! We have walked all day and have arrived home to our cute little apartment. In the background is the sound of the washing machine washing all our Camino weary clothes, we are presently wrapped up in luxurious big Turkish towels, a far cry from our miniature travel towels! Attached are some of today's sights. Love to you all, D & ...