Campanile Villennes-sur-Seine Orgeval
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... in all the galleries we had been to, so it was great to see some at d'Orsay. Beautiful works. Back to the flat for a nap, and then dinner at a local bistro, charcuterie and fries (french of course).
On our last day in Paris, we went on another tour with Discover Walks. This time around the Left Bank. Again, a pretty good tour. The tour guide wasn't as funny as the one for Montmarte, but she was informative and helpful, and still pretty fun. I like that ...
Here we are in Paris! We arrived from Barcelona at 11pm. Had a warm greeting from our B&B hostess Christine and her memorable black fluff ball of a dog, Gigi. It is so nice to be back... Now we are rushing out to find a nightcap at a cafe down the street. ...
... so would have been rude not to have it! topped with strawberries rhubarb and something crunchy on the top. Obviously we shared this. Wines ...... A Chablis, a Saint Estephe and a rhone but can't remember what, actually I didn't really take much notice. BIG sleep last night and a BIG sleep in. It was raining when I woke up so couldn't see the point of rushing out so I stayed in bed! Think this is going to be a quiet day as still feeling pretty stuffed! Love Steph ...
... t going to just stand around and wait, we decided to go on the ride with her. Again unfortunately because of their motion sickness Sarah, and Caitlin backed out at the last moment and waited for us to finish. After we were all a complete group again we went and got Fast Passes for Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, and went and found dinner (which again was just kind of "meh"). By the time we had finished dinner it was already time for us to use our Fast Passes, so we hurried over and rode ...
... br> but they are here. And I’ll bet they are
really interesting if there wasn't a language barrier.
Wrote the above a couple of days ago and just haven’t had
time to post so it’s the Paris blog all in one entry. Yesterday I booked a tour to Veaux le Vicomte
and Fountainbleau, two chateaux outside Paris.
Rick Steves has good directions in his guide book about taking the train