Grand Hotel du Havre
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... of my visit here nearly 40 years ago. A very modest house relative to the Palaces we'd seen, set in a huge park, which we walked through as a result of the failure of the aforementioned Sat nav to deliver us to the correct door. User error I'm sure, and won't be the last. Di breathed a sigh of relief, we'd negotiated our first trip driving on the wrong side of the road and going around roundabouts anti-clockwise, thankfully everyone else was doing the same.
... on with the yummy food.
For dinner we picked up some Italian take away food and wine and ate in the lovely courtyard of our hotel.
September 10, Wednesday
Early day onto the metro, transfer to the train, to be in Versailles in time to meet our tour guide for 8 hours of walking with a one hour lunch break. We ran into more friends, Wayne & Lynn Singley and were able to arrange for them to join our tour. Even ...
... Elysses, the backbone of Paris. The street is lined with shops, ranging from Levi Jeans to Louis Vuitton. I joined the groups of men waiting outside the shops while Susan dived in. Between Paris, Barcelona, Cinque Terre, Florence, Rome, and here sat on more sidewalks in front of stores and waited than I can remember J. And it has led to me bringing back more items in my suitcase than I brought…nothing of my own though ...
... for the foodies have a look at it on line), perhaps a little Foie Gras de Cunnard with truffle @ close to 500 euro a kg. Wet weather gear back on we head for the icon of Paris, at least it is not raining in the underground train subways. Now around the six bell mark, join the other idiots in the rain in the queue, the signs say that there is a delay of at least 45 minutes, one in our group has a deal of trepidation but her fear needs to be mastered. We make it ...
We arrived in Paris yesterday after a long journey via Heathrow. We got to our apartment at 10.35am, the Albany Louvre on the Rue de Rivoli. After resting and showering we went across to the Tuileries for lunch. What a beautiful day! The gardens were full of Parisians and tourists enjoying the sun and the gardens. These are planted with shades of purple - irises, hollyhocks, stock, peonies - quite lovely. We ate at the cafe where Roddy I had eaten when ...