Courtyard Paris Saint Denis
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We decided on a low key (read fast food) meal for dinner before heading home via the only metro station we had trouble finding...
We certainly didn't cover every inch of Paris, or do every museum or historical site but our 4 days in Paris were jam packed, fabulous an memorable...
Tomorrow we head north to Arras to start a 3 day tour of the WW1 battlefields... But that's a story for another blog
Until next time
... think, was built later and then they must have designed it to accommodate the old ruins. The kids had a great time it while I drank wine watching. I went in for a while but too cold for this kid. We are across the street from Van Gogh's Cafe which was thrilling for me. We also visited the hospital that Van Gogh was in when he painted. Will attach that picture as well. We finally managed to get the dread locks out of Savy's hair. I think I now know how to do ...
... automated ticket machines, but as we were unsure of what to buy, we asked a security person where we could get some help. He directed us to the Info Centre but the lady there could speak only a little English and she pointed to the right and said ' Kiosk'. We were unsure where she meant so we attempted to use the auto ticket machines. We got to the stage of putting in our credit card, but both times it failed. We were feeling very ...
... Rue Cler and enjoyed profiteroles for dessert (cream puffs stuffed with ice cream with dark chocolate saurce and whip cream on top). Our evening plans were to view the light show on the Eiffel Tower. Amanda took probably 1000 pictures of the lit tower against the darkening night sky and we enjoyed an eclair during the show. We are enjoying a Pinot Noire from Burgundy and the chocolate we bought today for a midnight snack.
See you tomorrow.
... Amazing! Despite the huge crowds it was still very reverent. Said some prayers for Dad and Carmie.
Had lunch at a sweet little cafe- baguette for Tone and crepe for me! Yum! Back on the bus and on to Arc de Trumphe and Champs-Élysées. More amazing!
Feeling exhausted by this stage we headed home, Map in hand once again. One of my friends, Julie, commented to me before we left that I should get lost in the back streets of Paris just once....well, Julie, ...
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