Hotel de la Terrasse
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... back and we got to go.
We went to the Louvre. It was full of famous paintings and statues.
We saw the most famous painting called Mona Lisa. We all so saw Winged Victory with no head and a real life mummy with knifes, masks and other things.
It was so boring. I got tired of walking.
We went to a church with gargoyles all over it. Then we walked ...
... us- so we ate and watched the Eiffel Tower through our window- a winner of a day.
The next day I was not feeling great so Libby and Marc took the kids to Notre Dame and saw the amazing church, they got me Pandora (brandenburg gates, eiffel tower, london bus, statue of liberty and a cruise ship) to add to my collection. They also saw other beautiful parts of Paris. After prayer and rest I felt heaps better and I met the gang at the ...
... restaurant people liked us as they left the bottle on the table! A lovely couple & their kids were sitting next to us. She spoke fluent English & we had a delightful conversation with her. Their ex au pair [American] was with them. It was a fantastic night. Walked to Gare De Lyon to see where we have to catch the train to Lyon! There were 3 halls & at this stage are clueless. All will be revealed I am sure! ...
Our arrival in Paris saw us back at Charles de Gaul airport which did not generate happy memories for Sarah, having been pulled aside for a personal security "pat down" and full on bag search whilst in-transit to Croatia. This time she remembered to smile and say "merci" to the security staff and we passed through untroubled and with all our bags accounted for!
Patrick met us at our apartment and quickly set up the girls in front ...
... lifts and air vents all on the facade.
A short walk to the Place des Vosges took us through an exclusive shopping strip with beautiful clothes, shoes and handbags. The Place des Vosges was amazing - 17th century mansions forming a rectangle around a gated park. A beautiful place to sit and look - 360 degrees of stately perfection. A short walk further and we found the Bastille - gearing up for July 14! Flags everywhere.