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... beyond the parts we visited, but in the part we saw there were lots of cafes, bars & restaurants, as well as food shops - patisseries, fruit & vege, delis, bread shops, cheese shops, seafood shops. And all so fresh - must come back!!
Unfortunately, in our normal way, we'd over committed our time! We'd volunteered to make dinner, but we were booked into a concert tonight - I'd jokingly said we needed to be there by 6:30 to make sure we got there on time, but ...
... and still frisbee (so I liked it :).)
Before that, though, I decided to act on my newfound passion for Tango and went to Montreuil, an address I found online after googling "Argentine Tango Paris France" around 4pm. A word about Montreuil, it is pretty shady. After getting off the metro, a bunch of houses with shuttered windows and pretty convincing graffiti awaited me on the road. I was happy I was there at 4, because at 11, I would've definitely been scared. ...
... district, a group of many beautiful new architecturally designed buildings with stunning artworks, water features and public spaces with the new Arc taking centre-place, it lines up with the Champs Elysées in perfect symmetry with the Arc de Triomphe, the golden topped needle, and the centre of the Louvre including its glass pyramid. After returning to the boat we sailed again for 2 hours to get away from the city for the night and ...
What an amazing day we've had! After a good buffet breakfast in our hotel we set off early to catch a Metro and then an RER train out to Versailles. We wanted to see both the palace and gardens, the former required a guided tour and we able to get a small English tour at 10.30am. Our guide was the wonderful Anna-Sophie, personable, informative and with excellent English. The first thing our guide did was to give us all earphones, while she donned a ...
... stained glass and buttresses, the other in disrepair and falling apart. There is an archeological dig within it, and restoration has just begun. The old town was also fascinating with cobblestone streets, Tudor houses of several stories and a little river with humpback bridges - once the site of the town laundries. The town was quiet today as many of the retail shops were closed - Thanks be to God! You could see how it would be great shopping and very busy on ...