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We got up on time this morning, had breakfast and were out of the apartment by 10 am. We took the metro to the Hotel de Ville station and came up in front of the the well-known hotel. We walked across the river to Notre Dame. After waiting in a long, but quickly moving line, we entered the church. The enormous building is the home of three large rose windows. We walked with the crowd of ...
... are given over the pa system. Before the message is spoken, a sound plays to get your attention. I will have this sound, along with the sound of french police sirens, burned into my brain for the rest of my life.
Train notification sound (can't figure out hyperlinking on here):
French police siren:
... so all my photos are blurry) and the boys all had crepes for dessert.
Trying to find our caravan bus shuttle stop at night was a challenge. Things looked very different to 9am when we were dropped off but once again the GPS attached to Trystans Y-chromosome came to the rescue and we made it home safe and sound. Such fantastic kids to tolerate 11 hours of walking with only minor, sporadic ...
... the problem!! Talk about panic mode!! I tried calling our travel agents office and not surprisingly no one was there since it's a Saturday evening!! Texted and called DJ for our travel agent's personal cell number, since she is her cousin. But before DJ could even respond, the ticket agent's supervisor was able to correct the mistake! Crisis averted!! After all that excitement, Dad and I decided to head to the United Club to use a couple of our complimentary passes and I enjoyed ...
Finally cold milk and corn flakes. Good start to the day. The weather even looked a bit more friendly although still cloudy. We walked towards the Seine to take a river cruise. On the way we called into the BMW shop. Picked out a his and hers package. See photos. Boarded a huge boat for the cruise. The cruise gave a different perspective of Paris. Also we got to travel under many bridges. The custom of locking ...