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... ground floor. We are always fascinated by these beautiful old buildings. Honfleur is on the southern estuary of the Seine and there is an inner harbour where many boats were moored. All around the inner harbour there are restaurants and as it was a very warm pleasant day the outside tables of the restaurants were very popular. We were lucky eventually to get a table and enjoyed the specialties of the area - mussels in their shell for me, warmed ...
... a week in Paris at a photography class. With all the excitement, we forgot that we were hungry and set off to find a good brasserie for tea and crepes. I had the lemon and sugar and Annissa savored the Nutella crepes. After some more walking and a failed attempt to endure the long line to get to the top of the Eiffel Tower, we ended up back at the hotel and shortly after found ourselves relaxing in the hotel bar. I ...
Today we started at 9.30am. The streets were really quiet a great time
to take photos without traffic or pedestrians in the way. We stopped
for coffee on the Seine on the way to the station. At St Michels
station we spent a least 1/2 hr trying to find where to buy a ticket to
Versailles. Finally we worked it out with the help of a station guard.
Palace of Versailles is just a short ...
... it to anyone I know. It was not a Disney experience for me, but more like a typical theme park comparable to Canada's Wonderland or Universal Studios. There was not any sense of Disney magic existing anywhere on property. The cast members there were just doing their job, and barely at that. The park falls short in so many ways of using the Disney business model. Main Street USA didn't have the wonderful aroma of popcorn or treats baking. Rarely was there any music playing, and ...
... visit to mona lisa and we bumped into another Tas family -even smaller world!
3 hours in the Musee de Louve and lunch in the grounds was certainly amazing but we are keen to escape the crowds in the galleries.
At night we walked from the louvre to the Eiffel tower to see the left bank and thedazzling light show of the Eiffel tower. As we walked we walked past open air theatre and cinema.