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... she proposed to me. I haven't given her my answer yet. I'll see how she goes this trip. We tried to,return home by boat but strangely could find no water taxis. So we came home by land taxi. What a big day we are just here for way too short a time to do Paris justice. It's been a big day Mumsy is loving Paris. Apparently she likes me to be quiet so she can take it all in. Or something like that. Off to bed ready for a big day down to the Palais de ...
... train station onto the street it began to bucket down briefly which was a small respite from the heat. Sunday afternoon in Paris - still really busy on the roads. Got an expensive taxi (€100 for a 15min drive - our lack of language was the problem) to our accommodation which is right on the Seine ... Kids had a good whine about sharing a twin sofa bed arrangement and the state of our apartment which is definitely a bit run down but probably authentic in its ...
... to bring up the gin, champagne, Campari and wine. We had a little wander over to rue des Martyrs to see what new shops had popped up since last time and couldn't resist a delicious looking apricot tart to go with our tea. Tasted as good as it looked. As is the tradition on first night in Paris, dinner at Juvs. Called around and picked up Steph and caught the bus to meet up with Laurence and Tim. The food just keeps getting better. Place was ...
... than life and hard to imagine something like this being
built with even today’s technology. I still cannot grasp the architectural
capabilities that were demonstrated back in these times, I just don’t get how
they build things of such scale out of stone and marble without modern
machinery. Once inside we again all took
a deep breath in exhaled in pure astonishment of what we were seeing. The
design and craftsmanship of the ...
... us in the right direction. After finding that everywhere in Paris was over-run with tourists, this place turned out to be the exact opposite. Spread over two floors of a large historic building, this place was deserted apart from the four rather bored guards on duty. They were very please to see us, as we were literally the only visitors in the entire place. What a contrast to Versailles where it was impossible to get any photos which ...