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... ensured the success of the Norman invasion in England. We went on to see the windmill .... It was time for us to pack up our things, say goodbye to Bayeux and take the train to Paris. We were sad to leave. We had a fabulous time in huge sweet town of Bayeux. We arrived in Paris around 7:00 pm. I waited in line at the train station to reserve our train seats to Luzern, Switzerland tomorrow. It took a bit of time and I was glad when we we're all set with tickets in hand. We bought ...
... Prior to any further aimless wandering our leader was persuaded to take the metro to the Arc de Triomphe. Again easier said than done, but we got there....must be getting better with practise! However, getting across the eight lane motorway with no lanes was another issue altogether......we tried several stairs leading downwards, only to find ourselves back at a metro station or further along the afore mentioned motorway! Then, as if by magic a ...
... bohemian flair, seduced us all with the sights, sounds and tastes of a Paris that we all dream of!!!!
To top off the late afternoon and evening, a métro ride home followed by a prosciutto appetizer, steak frites entrée and a lemon tarte for dessert.
We can't wait for tomorrow!!!
Boone nuit de Paris!
... The building is impressive and the clocks are wonderful to see. Unfortunately I don't have any photos of the interior as it wasn't allowed.
The museum consists of artworks created in the latter half of the 19th century. This made me very happy as there is an entire wing devoted to impressionism, and Monet and Renoir are two of my favourite artists.
I went on a guided tour (in English this time) which was very informative. I really ...
... sights. Padlocks on bridges. Special carparks where electric cars were charging, stalls along the side of the river selling art, books, junk (but cool French junk), cops on bikes in tight shorts and stab (bullet?) proof vests). We came across Marie Curie's house at one point. The money living in some of the houses was obvious.
Then we had had enough, found a Metro stop, and went back to the apartment. ...