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... home there. We did go to the jewish quarter where we had falafel, wrapped tefillin, and toured a 300 year old synagogue. After Paris, we went to Normandy and saw Omaha beach and the American cemetery/museum and yesterday we went to Versailles and saw the chateau and gardens which were also nice. London and Paris were a lot and we are happy to vacation from our vacation with some nice weather and tasty delicatessens in ...
... Sunday). We ended up starting the drive back to Paris at about 11am and got in around 3pm so wasn't to bad and dropped the car off at the airport again. Then headed to our hotel. We caught the Eurostar at 7:35am the next morning and it got into London at 9:20am. From there we caught the train straight down to Gatwick Airport so we could fly over to Croatia (it was cheaper going back to London then flying directly to Croatia from Paris). Croatia adventures to follow!! Until then Au revoir! ...
... wifi and caught up on emails, Facebook and blogs. For dinner we decided to go back to Rue Mouffetard where we had lunched the day before. After a bit of searching Warren chose a quaint looking restaurant called Le jardin d' Artemis at 34 rue Mouffetard. The 3 course meal was once again great. As it turned out this waiter also had an Australian connection. His son was backpacking and currently in Ayr. We got back to the hotel and crashed once ...
The day had come to say goodbye to a most extraordinary part of the world – we've really loved the south of France and been blown away by its beauty, history and diversity.
The regions are so different – the scenery, the houses and definitely the people. We found the French people very helpful and we’ve had little problem communicating with them by using plenty of hand gestures and big smiles. The people of the ...
... it on show as much as
lunch we checked out the sights around the Eiffel Tower and the tower
itself. It is very elegant in its own way, equally impressive day or
night. We wondered around the Grand Palace which was closed then we
went into the Petit Palace which was truly delightful. The building
was beautiful inside and out with a large central courtyard. The
works of art, antiques etc were spaciously arranged and ...