Domaine du Verbois
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... big the Louvre was--in movies you really only see the pyramid, but the museum is so large, you would need at least a week to see everything inside. I took some pictures and we then headed off to the lover's bridge to put another lock on the bridge and kiss. The entire length of the bridge was covered in plywood which was the only thing keeping the mesh and locks from falling off. We bought a lock, wrote our names on it, ...
... Latin Quarter where we had lunch. We again had 'traditional' French dishes, I had duck confit and Rob had cassoulet. More walking back to Ille St Louise, calling in at some shops to buy food for dinnner. Sunday, the last day in Paris, (this time!?). A very late start - it's so easy to sleep in when the sun doesn't gently rise until after 7.30am. We walked to markets we have visited before, in Bastille. These are mostly fresh produce on a large scale. We had ...
... is a little cobbled street with shuttered windowed apartments lining the street. We have been out shopping for cheeses, fruits, baguettes and champagne so that we have got the right spirit. We went for a walk and again got hopelessly lost for an hour or so but all was good when we asked a few fumbling questions in French we got closer to home.....and found it.....we were ready for ...
... were people clambering here, pushing there, queueing politely somewhere else. In the end I just walked past everyone, showed the driver of bus D my ticket and go on. I don't know if I broke some protocol in doing so, but at least I was on the bus. It took another three or so hours to get to the ferry, during which time our crazy bus driver made someone move from their seat so that a lady with a priority ticket could sit there (there are no priority tickets, she admitted that she ...
... theory if the bridge breaks again they will be the first or last to fall, while Lauren searched for Daves who stupidly put it high so we couldn't find it. We enjoyed lunch at a cafe with a great waiter down a side street and met an American couple whose son was getting married later that day, how romantic. We walked around more to see Musee Dorsay, the Louve and bartered to enjoy a tuktuk ride to Notre Dame. We got lost in the train station ...