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... about an hour south east to the town of Chartres. The cathedral here is huge and built in the gothic style which means lots of flying buttresses on the outside and lots of stained glass (the most in the world under one roof and one of the dominant colors being what we know as Chartres Blue). In this one 80% is still the original - we had read that you should take binoculars to see it since it is up so high - this was a good idea! We learned that stained glass was not ...
... were actually SUBWAY stations. Of course they are. Obvious to everyone. So I gave up on the validating thing and will do it tomorrow at a big TRAIN station. In my defence, I will say they I have a mind like a sieve .... (and I hate being hot.) Hot SUBWAY ride back to the Place D'Italie. Emily went off to get her hair cut.... ( because she was hot. ) And I retired gracefully to our room.... (Air conditioned.) (Really... sunny....25 degrees.... Just can't please some people.) ...
Tuesday 15th July 2014
We paid €49 per night for 5 of us in the centre of Paris – fantastic value!
We were up late following on from our late night/early morning. After baguettes bought, we cast off at 11am and we would have breakfast/brunch on the go. We were all a bit tired, Juka had gone but there was no sign of life on the boat next to us until we ...
... is as the photos show a stunningly beautiful setting for a cafe.
With the walk down the Champs Elysees I probably only walked for a total of 31/2 hours and I had had enough. God help me when I tackle the really big places like the Louvre. If I don't come home in September I will probably be lost in action, walking down some long passageway still trying to find my way out of the Louvre or some other ridiculously big art gallery. It's a tough job, but someone has to do ...
... been "in cahoots" with her. And, trust me, "in cahoots" is not a place you want to be when you don't speak the language!! :( We have a conveniently located hotel on the edge of the 9th and 2nd arrondissement. When we checked in we were told not once, not twice, not three times, but at least 5 times to be careful of pickpockets when out and about. LESSON #2 - don't let the paranoia totally ruin your visit. We headed out tonight expecting an encounter at every turn, but there ...