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... called "passages", so after a couple of hours of Kylie begging to check out a French passage, I agreed and we set off for what promised to be a very engaging and interesting and historical look at French retail shopping experiences. That's what it promised. What it delivered? Well, it promised plenty. Let's leave it at that. If you were a lover of stamp collecting, then you'd have been very impressed, but let's face it - if stamp collecting is what gets ...
... issues so left early without coffee. We gave our table up to a nice couple from Philadelphia whom we chatted to outside ( they had booked for 1/2 hour earlier). But it was a very nice meal.
Walked back to the hotel and watched a few buskers before heading back up to our sound proofed room. Streets are very very busy, amazing! Marianne is enjoying the shops especially handbags and I am not. Lesson here is book your restaurant and book ...
... O Chateau, voted the best wine bar in Paris, for a guided wine and cheese lunch. This was yet another fantastic experience, we were led down into a vaulted wine cellar, where the most amazing spread of cheese and cured meats was laid out and where our quintessentially French (and very funny) wine expert took us through five french wines, with multiple top ups, matched with as much as you could eat of the most incredible french cheeses. It was a very apt ending to a great weekend.
... We cruised past many landmarks including the Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Notre Dame and Grande Palace. It was also great to see the locals enjoying the weather and their Friday afternoon by the river. After the cruise we went up the Montparnasse Tower and enjoyed the 360 degree views of Paris, oh la la!! What a beautiful city. We got to our hotel at about 8.45pm with some on our tour off to enjoy a cabaret show. Eleven of us though went to a local ...
... the trenches are 1.5 km apart. You would have many rows of trenches for observation supplies or defence. Next we went over to the giant memorial created to honour lost lives in World War One. It was a nice memorial and after that we met up with the taxi driver and went back in town. We had a North African dinner (which France had colonized). Soon after we went back on the train and got back in ...