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CITY DAY - Paris
Plenty on offer today though Ros is not any better with a strong persistent cough and slight fever but she coming along anyhow.
Bus/walking tour of Paris
We had a great guide (Janice) with a Scottish accent who took us on tour of the city showing us the grand buildings and monuments. We saw the Louvre Museum, we drove around the Arc de Triomphe, we ...
... preparation for next year. The garden closes this weekend and doesn't reopen til April 2015. A drive to nearby Fourges for lunch at a picturesque restaurant with a water mill followed. Then it was an 80 minute drive to The Palace of Versailles. Although not peak season there were lots of people. Versailles gets 8 million visitors a year! Home to the Sun King, Louis XIV, it is very impressive. The court of Versailles was the centre of political power in France from 1682, ...
... It was cold and eerie and we had a very confronting and somber walk through these underground tunnels which had used human skeletons to decorate the walls. There was quiet little enclaves where masses where held in honour of the dead. It was very damp with water seeping through the walls. There was some underground springs which looked so blue and clean but there was definitely an uncomfortable feeling with it all. At the end of the long walk we made it up the ...
... carried on until we couldn't handle it anymore and left. It was so absurd it almost seemed scripted, we could barely hold in our laughter.
On our last day in the city, a middle aged gentlemen offered for me to take his seat on the busy metro. When he was about to depart, he asked Dom, "est-ce que je sens l'alcool?" (do I smell like alcohol) and blew his boozy breath all over poor Dom. Dom's face recoiled in horror and he replied "Oui, un petit peu" (yes, ...
... Easy Pass Tours. This pass allowed for a brief history of the Eifel Tower before then getting priority lift access upto level 2 of the Tower. From this level you really got an appreciation of the size of Paris and your stepping stone then to the line for the lift upto the very top of the Tower. One tip you could wait upto 20 minutes for this lift but always have a look around first as sometimes everybody lines up on one side when there ...