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Paris –Once More
After three relaxing weeks in the small village of Etrechy, we have arrived in Paris. Our train was on time and we had about a 20 minute walk through the streets of Paris to our destination on Rue Broca. M. Roussel, a jolly Frenchman welcomed us, gave us keys and some basic housekeeping information.
71 Rue Broca is our Paris address for the next four weeks. Our apartment is on the ...
... and incredible. We took a lot of photos but they still don't show properly the full scenery of the church. Next we went to Sacre Coeur, we didn't have to walk up because we took the train thing up. It much more prayerful and quieter than Notre Dame, because they were stricter about people not talking. I still can't decide which church was better because they were both more than amazing. Sacre Coeur was like a very elegant castle made even better by being on top of ...
... the differences between us and the rest of the beautiful people. We were not given plates to butter our baguettes, salt of pepper for the omelette, really slow service when asking for something - clearly we didn't have the right look about us.
The real fun started when I asked for the bill to pay. The waiter was busy and clearly annoyed, cool, I wasn't in a big hurry so I waited 10 mins with my card at the ready while he busied ...
... popular songs.
While we were at the park, there was a small band performing a jazz concert. Although we didn't sit down to listen, we could hear them from the rocky slope and the playground area. I found myself dancing while the kids climbed and played. There was also a small dog run which Sage found fascinating.
We headed back from the park in time to grocery shop before dinner. Unfortunately, a mix up ...
... where there were signs plastered everywhere of cameras with a big red strike through indicating photos were not allowed. Every now and then you would see a secuirty personnel stop someone and tell them sternly in French not to take photos. To my amusement Andrew was one of those getting told off for trying to sneak in a photo of a Van Gough piece. I was lucky enough to sneak in some pictures without getting caught. We were soon directed out of ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed