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... our meanderings through Paris, on our second night in the city, after an amazing entrecote dinner (I will write about later), we decided to walk down to the Trocadero, and got there just as it started sparkling at 9pm. This again was a first for Mikey who hadn’t seen it sparkle before. As Em said, she still remembers Jessica’s face light up when she first saw it as a 4 or 5 year old. I don’t think it matters what age you are, seeing all those lights glittering away ...
... were on their tea break so had to wait on the tarmac. Had to walk a fair distance to go through border security & collect our baggage, included a little train ride. It pays to follow other people as the directions ceased at the train. Rang our transfer & were collected at Gate 8 arrivals by shuttle bus within 15 mins. Arrived at the Citadines Bastille Marais at 4.00pm. What became apparent straight away was the amount of traffic, the ...
... then went to Le Louvre it didn't seem too busy & I thought all the tales of not being able to see things was an exaggeration until we got to Mona Lise. As you can see from the photo we didn't get too close!! The guide asked what we thought of her eyes & I honestly thought she could have had them shut as far as I was concerned. But no one said too much. It really is quite an extraordinary place. The pieces of art were amazing! We then had lunch at a cafe ...
Our last day in Paris before leaving for the river barge, there was a lot of rain forecasted. Our captain, Tim, was not scheduled to pick us up until 2:00, so we had to find something to do until then. The travel book mentioned something called Paris Story, a short movie exhibition of the history of Paris, located near the old opera house. To be honest, it was not my favorite and I found it a little ...
For my birthday, we went to Paris. It was very interesting, but difficult being in a country where everyone spoke French! We had to look out carefully for customer service people who could speak English.
On the first day, we went to The Louvre, which is a huge museum that used to be a castle, and to Sacre Couer, which is a massive church with a view over the ...