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... the local band (who were very good). We then took to the stage and presented our performance, including Ash Wednesday (and the video), a march (of course!), and our vocalist Diana Tulip singing Autumn Leaves.
The French band then hosted us for dinner at a nearby cafe, with salads, ham, terrine (and other items I couldn't identify) followed by chocolate cake. From there the buses took us home through Paris so we could get a great view of the city at ...
To make the most of our day at Versailles we were up early to catch the train. As soon as we turned the corner the Palace shone so brilliantly, quite impressive. There were already a lot of people here as it was a Saturday and the weather was perfect. We started with the Palace itself, lots of, oh my god and look at that. So luxurious and obscenely over the top, no wonder they chopped their heads ...
... big shops the drawcard- one only needs to take a glimpse at the flagship Louis Vuitton store and the queue of customers (majority unsurprisingly Chinese of origin) snaking around the exterior. Buskers and overpriced eateries the other constant on the avenue. I was a bit let down by my whole Champs Elysees experience- I had expected a more Parisian feel, will chic cafes to sit down with your espresso and watch life go by. Instead I found a heavily ...
... if someone needs to get into a park in front or behind, they just give a nudge and move you accordingly. The cars definitely reflect this too, with many dings, cracks and dislodged panels. On our bike tour we rode past a car which had the back pressed up against a bent pole behind it and then was wedged flush against the car in front of it. It was a moment of laughter for me and a sight which I enjoyed very much. If only I had taken a ...
Strolled around the heart of Paris for most of the day. Had lunch at a beautiful little restaurant in a secluded "passage" caught the Metro in and back with Ruth, Claire, Gerrie and Prue. Ruth was a wonderful guide who instinctively knew her way around and which train and line to get on. Found a wonderful garden in the centre of the city with ...
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