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Our time in France did however coincide with the terrible terrorist acts that took place in Paris, fortunately we avoided any of the troubles as we crossed the French capital from Gare du Nord to Montparnasse railway stations on our outward journey on the Wednesday. We also watched this play out on TV being able to swap between various international news channels. These events will undoubtedly have a marked impact on Paris, France and the wider world.
... saw where Marie Antoinette lived and the timber and stone farm house where the farmers lived who grew the food for the king and his family. This was a gorgeous area and beautifully set out and well kept. We followed the old moat around the outskirts of the castle and held our breaths while Nat decided to explore down a deserted tunnel. He is fascinated by all the underground tunnels over France. Unfortunately though, not content just to know they exist, he wants to see down them!!! ...
After a massive farewell night everyone woke up fairly seedy. Half the group were heading back to London while the rest of us stayed in Paris. We all met downstairs at around 7ish and said our good-byes. Was so weird, knowing people for only 10 days, but feeling like you've known them for years after seeing so much crazy stuff and spending so much time together. A few tears were shed by some, and off half the group went. Eloise, Gemma, ...
Today we were driven into town by magic and first were taken to a French perfume shop. Most the girls bought some perfume. Then as a group we all got our photo taken in front of the Eiffel Tower, some people missed the bus into town so they didn't make the photo. We were then dropped off in front of the louvre and given the whole day to explore Paris. Sam and I ran off on our own and saw notre darme, arc de triumph, etc For lunch, we ate in on ...
... over walk around the left bank more before meeting with our tour group to go to the Palace of Versailles. It was about a 45 mi bus ride in traffic out of the city to the Palace. Mom and I immediately fell asleep on the bus after a restless nights sleep where I am convinced I saw ghosts all night in our hotel from the 1600's. Sadly, our tour of the palace was very disappointing. Once we arrived, our tour guide decided to let us to wander ...