Campanile Villejust - ZA Courtaboeuf
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... damp. Apparently, the tunnels used to be quarries during medieval France.
Then we entered "The Empire Of The Dead". In the catacombs, a large part of the walls were made of 6 million skeletons which were made up of members of the Bourgeoisie and people who died innocently in hospitals.
Then we went the Musee D'Orsay. This was the second largest museum in ...
... s completely hopeless with directions, and 2: he was well on his way to being legless. Dad stayed for another couple of beers before deciding it was time for him to go home for a rest, while Daniel and I stuck around and watched the next game. Then the next one. In that time I called back home (free wifi I love you) which was really sweet to hear a friendly voice, got drunk, and Daniel actually did get legless. We rolled out of the pub and headed towards home, a ...
... return trips to Paris when he is alone. We head to the Louvre and take some snaps there before walking through the Tulleries The tour ends at the Plaza Del le Concord and we wander back to the hostel after a stop off at the supermarket. We got some more of our delicious cheese and a bottle of wine and settled in to watch look out over the canal as it stated to rain on all the French people. We met some more Aussies and an American brother and sister who were also in our ...
... a very leisurely 3 hours to enjoy our lunch. We will never ever experience the 'Vol au vent' like this fish one Danita and I chose and will certainly never ever want to pay such an enormous price for it either.
Of course we couldn't leave there without the girls purchasing a few macarons for later.
Visit to Chanel seeing it was closed on our last visit to Paris. Wow, amazing perfume, shoes, handbags etc and just watching the shop assistants walking ...
... to be in PARIS!!!
Once we were on the plane it was just a 45 minute journey to our new destination! Upon arrival we went through passport checks and claimed our luggage. After luggage claim came the hard part, navigating the airport to find the train stations.After getting turned around once we managed to figure out that a down arrow in a France airport really means continue to walk straight... We finally found our train booth ...