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... of waiting. Disney magic did what Disney magic does, and that night we watched Disney's Frozen in bed, haha.
Day 3 was our tourist day. We spent most of the day following a laid out Rick Stevens self walking tour conducted by yours truly. We began with croissants, which began a series of unfortuante eating events while in France. The rest of my meals for the week would solely be croissants.... (my bad eating habits aside). We began at the Notre Dame cathedral where we also ...
... was so many gorgeous old buildings along the way, so much beauty in this city.
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The Grand Palais des Champs-Élysées, commonly known as the Grand Palais, is a large historic site, exhibition hall and museum complex opened 1 may 1900
Pont Alexandre III Four gilt-bronze statues of Fames watch over the bridge The is a deck arch bridge that spans the Seine in Paris. It connects the Champs-Élysées quarter and the Invalides and ...
... else, not sure how that works. The hotel is modern, all the things I required but quite a firm bed. We dropped our bags and went for walk around our local area. We found a lovely park which was having a community garden day, stalls were giving away plants and others were doing information sessions. Narelle (my best maid at our wedding), John and Sophie who now live in Norway have come to Paris to catch up with us for a few days. It was so lovely and thoughtful of John to take a few ...
... by tourists as it has no direct train connection from Roissypole and is only reachable by bus from CDG. It has a magnificent cathedral, with the largest collection of in situ medieval stain glass windows in France. Really lovely. And quite unusual in such a small village. And it has a museum dedicated to hunting, which we didn't manage to visit unfortunately. We were lucky it was market day in Senlis, which meant the girls were able to ...
... Montmarte taking in Sacre Coure and then Place du Terlre where a lot of painters hang out. Met a couple from Belgium over dinner and had a great chat - fortunately Jean Claude spoke some English, as well as French, German and Dutch!
I made it to Musee de l'Orangerie today. Monet's water lily panels are superbe! Enjoyed learning a bit about Cezanne too. The Louvre ...