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... place with lots of apple and pear trees...yes we had to do a 'modified' lunch for H but he did very well, though I must say he loves the French bread sticks! Chloe just goes with the flow and will try most things - well done!
After lunch we took the smaller side roads and stopped at Chateau de La Roche-Guyon which still has a watching tower from the Viking period attached here and they then built a castle around it. It looks layer cake but amazing how something ...
... least they still do the CanCan there. We found out on the tour that in fact it costs at least €100 to see a show. That's off the list, not that it was ever on the list tho! We looked around some of the back streets, ate creeps for lunch, bought some postcards and stamps and then sat down to wait for Chris. We were doing a tally of how many sex shops we could see but we gave up, there were just too many! Honestly, it was seedier than Kings ...
... be the Tower of Terror. It was a lift in a hotel designed to look old and abandoned. It would descend faster than the speed of gravity.
After another long queue we were ready for our turn. We got into our seats (in an elevator like ride) and strapped in. We weren't sure what to expect. All of a sudden we slightly descended. AHHHHHHHHHHHHH.
Then taken back ...
... is beautiful.
And it is girly.
Pastry shops and flower shops and beautiful buildings that you just know were stunning and perfect once and now glow with character and stories and secrets.
I can’t wait to explore more but we have been up for 24 hours so it is time now for showers and a nap and some dinner.
We love you all and we hope all is well with all of you.
Talk to you soon
Matt and Kellie
... that the negative side. The worst thing about Paris I encountered was the smell. Every restroom, every Metro station and train, and the entire Seine river all smelled like an open sewer in the hottest part of summer. And it wasn't even that distinct slightly sweet stinky smell that the entire French Quarter in New Orleans reeks of - and if you drink enough Hurricanes you stop noticing - this was a flat out stench there was no covering up. Other ...
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