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 …
... left turns from the right hand side and somehow don't crash. I arrived at the tour start point quite early, so I killed some time walking around in the vicinity. The tour was going to be a long one, 3 hours, and the group was so big the tour company split us up into three more reasonably sized groups. Our group departed first and we headed towards Notre Dame. On the way, I happened to be walking next to a girl from our sub group on the outside that also appeared to be a solo ...
... music and only a few people talking in hushed tones. The menu was all in french so we had to guess what we were eating. For entree, Geoff had a ham terrine and I has beef carpaccio (finely sliced raw beef). For main, Geoff had a duck pie topped with mashed potato. I can't remember what I had because I started eating Geoff's pie! For dessert I had a chocolate fondant and Geoff had cheese. A wonderful, authentic ...
... we needed to wake up early!!! The plan we came up with was that we would wake up early and travel to MontMarte and spend the morning, then travel back in the afternoon to go see the Louvre. Then after changing over our hostels, on Friday, we would travel to the Palace of Versailles. With our plan set we went to bed that night, exhausted with ourselves getting five hours of sleep.
The next day we were up at 6:30, so we could be on our way by 8. We decided we ...
WARNING - blog contains gruesome details Well, we finally made it into les Catacombes de Paris today. Woo hoo, this is one of the places we have been looking forward to. The Catacombs were once limestone quarries, where much of the pale stone taken from there used to build the buildings of Paris. Prior to 1780, the bodies of Paris' dead were buried in up to 200 cemeteries around the city. As the city and its population grew, it began to overtake the churches and cemeteries ...