Grand Hotel Saint-Michel
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... was fun to see the other parts of Paris, of course not so glamorous as
most of what we saw was the rural city edges that look old and run down. When you arrive at the stop for Versaille,
you really can’t tell you are about to see something amazing until you get off
the train and walk a few blocks. Then just as you round a corner and clear some
park area you get your first glimpse of the Chateau and like everything else we
have seen, it ...
... and a chocolate dessert and some lovely red wine. The sun setting over the River Seine was spectacular across the city. We stayed in the restaurant until 8.15 and walked around this level getting some lovely photos of the River Seine and the night lights around the city, with prominent monuments well lit. There were glass viewing platforms to look below - great for o'vertigo! We then ascended the 500+ steps to level ...
... getting on the train and had a fun picnic on our two and a half hour ride. (Before we jumped on the train, Georgia grabbed some of the "Harry Potter" fans in our group and let them check out platform "9 3/4") I am not sure if the girls were quite as amazed as I was that we were riding in a TRAIN under the English Channel, but the 20 minute ride through the Chunnel was exciting. We have been getting to know the rest ...
We didn't plan it that way, but our first day in Paris coincided with our 32nd anniversary!
After six straight days of fairly intense sightseeing, we were ready for a more relaxing day, with no set agenda. As it turned out though, we covered many of the most famous "must see" sights on our first day. Our hotel is only about a ten minute walk from the Eiffel Tower, so that was our ...
... that he struggled. We met his daughter, Kiara, a pretty, bouncy 8 year old, keen to practise her English. Steffi will be her belle mere, French for stepmother, so we suggested that Roddy will be her beau grandpere, which is rather nice for him. The house is old and quite small, and poor Olivier has to climb a narrow flight of stairs to get to the bedroom. They have another bedroom for Kiara. Downstairs is a small living room and kitchen, but they had ...