Citadines Maine Montparnasse Paris
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... over and went into a café for a drink and chat. He is working here for a firm but is doing work for a job they are doing in Australia!! It was interesting to hear of his experiences which included time last week bike riding near Chamonix, in the Alps area.
After we had finished, we just walked around the area in the general direction of heading back to our apartment, but it did take some time! Brad had seen a queue for an ice-cream shop just near Place ...
... a Boat Cruise tour of the city. On the cruise we saw many of the same sights as the bus tour a few days earlier, but from a much different perspective. The commentary provided us with some of the same information but luckily was mostly new and unique facts we hadn't already heard. It definitely gave a more relaxed feel than the bus tour with the absence of all the traffic and also better represented Paris' city of Love feeling with many couples relaxing ...
... Dame cathedral, and yes, it is also spectacular.
Back home by train, and no delays this time. Bought our obligatory baguette, and had it with some cheese and wine before we head out a bit later for our meal.
Paris has been wonderful, but there is so much to see and do. Six days is nowhere near` enough.
Tomorrow, off to Chambery, but at least the train does not leave until just after noon, so no rush.
... to Versailles. We'd promised ourselves a nice afternoon tea, so after dropping our gear off at the hotel, we wandered down the road to the patisserie we'd scouted out and bought ourselves a couple of fabulous pastries. We then bought ourselves a coffee each, and after deciding that it would be very rude for us to eat our patisserie-bought cakes at the coffee place, we sat down on a park bench and ate our pastries there. It's a tiny park, at the edge of the ...
... up and so walking was pretty dry. I won't bother you with my purchases but I will tell you I bought some french perfume and at least 1 scarf:) I met my goal and got to Victor Hugo's apartment by 5. Side note: the basilica and the house were both free. The home was interesting. Full of art and heavily decorated. If I lived there i would end up feeling like the walls and ceilings were caving in on me. The last room was had the bed ...