Cerise Maisons Laffitte
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... to say yes to each one and compare them but Dave not keen on that idea!
Also on the prowl were the bracelet makers (they tie one on your wrist and then insist that you pay), the selfie stick/model Effiel tower sellers and other hawkers. There were a few handbag sellers (mat on the ground), one insisting he was selling "genuine Burberry madam". YEAH RIGHT. It was all quite disappointing though the view ...
... not a sight that was I had planned to see even though it was covered by the Paris Pass, and I really didn't know what I would see there. It's this enormous edifice with a dome (that was under renovation). Inside, there are large painting on the walls and very high ceilings. The paintings depict scenes in the life of St. Genevieve and Joan of Arc. I saw a sign for "crypt" so I thought the day is young why not head down. All I can say is ...
... the wait with great views of the roundabout with 12 streets off it. We spent some time trying to work out the road rules; cars coming onto the roundabout have right of way, but after that we couldn't really work out the system. Next was off to the Tower to wait in even longer ques; we qued for about one and a half hours, but again it was worth the wait the view from the tower mad all ...
... will be walking along, and all of a sudden you spot the tip of the tower around the corner. It’s almost like a game of peekaboo! Rather than the lazy option of taking an elevator, we chose the cheaper, healthier and shorter queued option of taking the stairs. We were a little worried waiting in line as they had pretty strict security including bag searches, and Mikey had his opinel knife in his back pack (required for all those French picnics), but fortunately we managed to slip ...
... good, and I felt a little connected to home when I ate it too. The restaurant also had good wifi, and we found we'd earlier missed a call from Mum, so I decided to give her a call back. She was down at Nan's place with all her sisters, so it was a great time to catch up. It was also good to know she was there with all her sisters, because I know what they're like when they all get together - they've probably partied harder and had even more fun than we have, which is a ...