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We started the day with a sightseeing tour on the coach, stopping a number of times for photos. We then picked up Patrick ( our guide from Versailles) and had a walking tour around the historic centre of the Latin Quarter. We ended our tour at the Arc de Triumph and the group then had the rest if the day free. A number of us wanted to see the Louvre, so Bern took us by train and used her Trafalgar credentials to get us priority tickets. These were ...
... chewing helped. Surprisingly we were only in the tunnel for about 20 minutes and then voilą, we were in France.
They were selling Metro tickets in the dining car so I bought tickets so we would avoid the stress of trying to figure out the ticket machine when we arrived. Again, wise decision as they were packed! We must be better tourists now as we also bought a map BEFORE we got on the streets. It took all of 30 seconds before we were ...
... to get some sleep but only managed to doze briefly.
After just over 6.5 hours, my flight arrived at Charles De Gaulle airport in Paris. The trip through passport control was a bit delayed, as the officers were a bit more attentive with the Muslim passengers, especially the women who were wearing the full head-veils (they have to lift the veil to show their face to the officer). Once we reached the baggage claim area, things ground to a halt, as the area felt smaller then ...
... apartment we met a local family who gave us some good tips for the rest of our week in Paris.
Thus far the Dansons are very impressed with Paris, the friendly people, the laid-back,cool vibe...
PS: Jack was the only person we saw today wearing a Wolverine mask that he asked Jim to bring from home. Oh, some people looked, but Jack didn't care.
- Jim (Guest Blogger)
... I made the false promise that I would, then left. I was so hungry and it was about 4 PM. I hadn't eaten much at all besides that fig yogurt for breakfast. I stopped for dinner at an Indian restaurant near Notre Dame. I was tired and grumpy from chickening out earlier with the TV crew. I finished off the day with some samosas and lamb curry in rice. Again, I found more comfort in spicy lamb that I would with anything else. My French meal would have to wait.