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... mighty early. Most of the Champs Elysee is reserved for VIPs. Once the parade leaves the Champs Elysee it separates into two different parades and routes through Paris.
The parade is an amazing event which goes for three hours. You see every kind of military group including hardware such as tanks, personnel carriers etc.
The last group to march ...
... liked to have seen the stage and theatre area. Given I was still feeling a little unwell we decided to stop for some lunch so I could just chill and try and eat a bit. We had a beautiful lunch in a small café off a side street and I did feel so much better after that rest and a little bit of food. Given we weren’t far we went for a final stop at Pierre Herme, I really wanted some of the chocolates from there as they look so good! ...
... and got in just in time for the tour of the palace. It was at a standstill in most rooms from the amount of people that were packed in there though, in fact I had time to talk to mom while going from one room to the next! We were in Versailles all afternoon and evening, when we got back we found another store and ate a light dinner (realizing that our porch outside the room could be used like a fridge :))
We then rested up for Easter Mass the next morning!
... that customers are welcome to play, and every so often you can hear the sound of a piano melody vibrating the both floors. The poetry section is in a corner of the house which, for some reason, has gate doors separating it from the rest of the area. I think it used to be a pantry or walk in closet with a real door, but it has been replaced by very 19th century, wroth iron gate doors in desperate need of oiling. Since it was opened by a Brit, the place is dedicated to ...
... proved essential - no other way to do it!!
For those of you that missed our Olymnpic experience photos...have a look here http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/buckgw/5/1344979696/tpod.htrml
Thanks again A&V
During the week we ventured down into the Loire Valley area. Main place I wanted to see was a Leonardo da Vince Museum at Amboise. Sandy did her research and decided that the ...
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