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... because I'm terrible at calculating distances and map reading. A saunter part way of Champ Elysees and then up to and along Boulevard Haussman took me in and out of shops for just a browse here and there. I happened upon, by chance in my disorientated state, 'passage couverts' ; covered shopping arcades of the 19th century; not unlike the Brisbane arcade but narrower and more sumptuously designed and decorated Brisbane arcade. Further meandering found me at Centre Pompidou; once ...
... to Notre Dame. Notre Dame is a very large building known for its flying buttresses. William spent 30 minutes explaining the sculptures in the three archways in front. Each depicted the apostles in some form or another. Then he left us at the bridge between the two islands. Notre Dame and Sainte Chappele are one Ile de Cite and the other island is Ile St. Louis.
St Louis is famous for 2 things: cafes and ice cream - Bethillon sorbet ice ...
... it took us four hours for my parents to sort out the problem at the airport with the rental company. I am glad we finished it and took our car! The car is a seven seater Peugeot, it is quite nice and big.
We are staying at my uncle's house which is far from Paris. He lives in Valdahon which is on the boarder of Switzerland, its still in France, but it will take up to 4 house from Paris. ...
... down right afterwards. Thankfully it only took 10 minutes to wait for the elevator back to the 2nd level, but things took a turn for the worse again there. It took 45 minutes to wait for the elevator back to the ground floor. So, for about half an hour of total viewing we waited in some sort of line for a total of 4 hours. Needless to say we were sore from all the standing...mostly our backs. It was 9pm by now and time to go back to the ...
... trips. The massive Palais de Chaillot, with its museums, esplanade and gardens below, is situated on the east side of the square.
We decided to try the Patisserie Carette, and enjoyed eating our last meal in Paris on its terrace. After finishing lunch, Dee suggested a quick visit to the Cimetiere Passy, a cemetery which is not far from the Place du Trocadero, where we spent some time wandering around the ...