Citadines Didot Montparnasse
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... stingy with buying things here so we have been used to some really cheap champagne. We were so excited to be able try the good stuff. We went in and they showed us a movie to give us the background information. It was the weirdest thing I have ever seen. The cellar was connected to a church so the monks helped make the champagne. They tried to connect religion with the champagne. It honestly seemed like they were worshipping it. I hated it haha when finally got to try it ...
... picking up 4 others (from Queensland ) we headed of for our tour of the Somme. It was an amazing experience especially after watching the Anzac Girls, we were very near the area they would have been in at the end of the war, the way it looks now & the devastation then & the loss of lives is beyond comprehension. Julie our host asked if we knew how many Commonwealth Australian War Cemeteries there are, we were astounded to be told that there are 1,000. The day ...
... know any they’re still usually polite with you. The exception to this rule has been a checkout lady at the grocery store opposite our house, who has been unusually rude to Carissa. With food establishment owners and employees often times respond to you in English even if you speak to them in French. There could be several reasons for this. Firstly, they want to put the customer at ease Everyone by now has accepted that its worth their while to learn ...
This morning Karliana and I woke up at 5:45 AM and got ready so efficiently we left our room without waking up our roommates. A solid 2 hours of sleep, we set out for the train station to make a reservation for our train to Barcelona! After not making a reservation to Paris and having to sleep on the streets of a random town, we decided it is good to be on the safe side for a train that is 6.5 hours in length. We missed the first train at ...
... pushy, like the rest of them) and made my way to the front and center to see it. It's interesting to see the painting in real life when you have seen it so often in photographs. My photos of it are terrible, due to the glass.
I also got to see the Venus de Milo. It was weird, as there are so many other statues in the same area which seem either bigger or prettier. Then you read the plaques (thank god I read French!) and you understand that most of ...