Chateau Saint Just
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In Paris for a wedding, we had a leisurely half day to drive around the outskirts of Paris and enjoy the chateau and countryside.
We visited St Germain en Laye, a hunting forest for the royals in the past at Versailles in the Ancient Regime.
It was a very nice town for a stroll in the parks by the river, and we had brunch there …
... not as easy to navigate as the Tube - of course our lack of French complicates matters! Without too much mishap we arrived at the Eiffel Tower in the rain. The upside was that the line up was relatively short so it didn't take long for us to get through the queue. While you can climb the tower yourself there are lifts on the corner of the Tower which take you first to level 2 and then up to the top (well almost the top). The Eiffel Tower is about 320m tall but the highest ...
... down from this high up place. To the left...via 14,675 steps. Or to the right....via 14,675 steps. There is a railway....but the ticket office was not open to ride down from the top. Only up the hill. Besides that, we are not wimps. ( My hips are creaking and Emily's calves are giving her hell.... Unfortunately only downhill.... The Arc De Triumph climb has taken it's toll.) But we head off. Directly ahead of us, 3/4 of the way down are 8 men, all holding ...
... to take in an historic city with so much to see. We could list all the places but we will say but we hopped off the see Notre Dame Cathedral which of course was splendid outside and inside. With it being Sunday there was a mass taking place but we were still allowed to go round, which we were surprised about. 2 singers sung brilliantly and the acoustics were superb, but there was no choir. We hopped off again by the Opera ...
... t doing for me after the first 40 minutes. Whilst the stories were good, I can't really get my head around sitting and looking at the works of art and try and discover what story that particular artist is trying to tell me through defined lines, blurred lines, raised brush strokes... Etc it is just not me. Very impressive, yes, but I kinda got a bit lost and over it all in 40 minutes of the 2 hour tour..... We had lunch at a quaint little 22 seater restaurant just ...