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... Jean-Paul Philippon),
were awarded the contract which involved creating 20,000 sq. m. of new
floorspace on four floors. The construction work was carried out by Bouygues.
... tower and by now it was dark so got to see it in a different light. At 10pm the lights start flashing on the tower -really amazing but unfortunaly no photos as our camera battery died by then. We bought a bottle of champage which we bartered down to 5 euro off these guys who walk around selling wine to everyone and sat on the grass there - what a view! A really nice city , but easy to spend alot of money so off to Belgium we ...
... and a very peaceful place to sit on a bench and watch the boats cruising along the river. When we climbed back up to street level from the park, a gracious English-speaking woman offered to take our group picture as we stood on the Pont Neuf. This photo may well be the only one we'll have together, when all is said and done, so we were very grateful.
We then crossed the Pont des Arts, ...
... we had the cabin to ourselves so we could spread out a bit. The second train had us back in the large cabin style room. It was a double decker train and the seats were large and quite comfortable. We were facing backwards for the entire second leg, which Les didn't like, but I didn't mind. They served us lunch in the second leg, we got carrot and orange salad with stuffed chicken breast and mashed sweet potato. It was quite nice, they also gave us lemon tart ...
... viewing and all four had their eyes constantly on the movie camera (dad), smart phone camera (son), iPads (mum and daughter), their eyes barely moved around them. We saw the main tourist spots and got off at the Eiffel Tower to take an hour's boat cruise down to Ile de la Cite with great views of Notre Dame and buildings. One thing I noticed was five or six barges hooked up together near the tower, tied to the bank, and they seemed to be an outdoor garden ...