Citadines Tour Eiffel Paris
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Today is a travel day from Geneva to Paris by train. Had a walk around Geneva after breakfast, then met with the Ingleton family..friends we have linked up with from both tours..go to train station to board fast train. Only took 3hrs 10min to get to Paris..top speed of 300km/h. We travelled 1st class!! Had a nice lunch with complimentary wine. Once in Paris, we decided to use the Metro to get to ...
... in 1963!). Another of my favourites is the 12th century love story of Abelard and Heloise whose ashes were transferred here so that they could lay to rest together for eternity. Their gothic tomb reflects eternal love, and a love that survived the separation of the theologian and scholar to his gifted student 22 years his junior, Heloise, who secretly married when she fell pregnant, and even though they were forced apart by her uncle who was the Canon of Notre Dame, ...
... 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 ...
... we went on our way and then there was a loud noise & thump thump thump - we had a flat tire! So our driver had to get out & change the tyre. He kept coming into the van & apologising for holding us up. In the van we all had a bit of a laugh. We eventually got to our apartment travelling through tiny narrow streets full of cars & people. It takes a lot of courage to drive in Paris I reckon. By the time we got here I think our driver had well earned ...
... at one of the café’s opposite out hotel and had an espresso with our crepes! Mine was Nutella and Banana and Marc opted for the Lemon with cream. Delicious! We returned back to our room and had a 1 hour nap.
Upon waking, we started to get ready for our dinner cruise. We had to be there by 19:45 and we made it in good time! We were greeted and taken to our table and offered a glass of Champagne with some cheese puffs. Entrée was then served, I opted for ...