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Today we started at 9.30am. The streets were really quiet a great time
to take photos without traffic or pedestrians in the way. We stopped
for coffee on the Seine on the way to the station. At St Michels
station we spent a least 1/2 hr trying to find where to buy a ticket to
Versailles. Finally we worked it out with the help of a station guard.
Palace of Versailles is just a short ...
... of the passion of Christ. The stained glass is unbelievable.
Lunch at Cafe Panis around the corner and across the river. Delicious. Corine had a crepe with her croque seguin. I saved myself for Berthillon ice cream - I think this was Clyde's recommendation. An excellent one - would have a photo but it didn't last long enough. ��
... things that Europeans coming into the Canada for the first time might say.
- 'bad wine'
- 'expensive cheese'
- 'water is free here?'
- 'you don't have to pay to use the washroom?'
- 'transit is so cheap'
- 'people here are quite large'
- 'does anybody smoke or have a lighter?'
- 'what does the word 'recycling' mean?'
- 'you can't walk on the road?'
- 'your roads are so wide'
Our evening cycle tour was great! We were fitted with bikes, given instructions about signals and made to feel like a team! We were to ‘DOMINATE’ the road at times; use our hands and faces to express our power over the traffic; keep in front of the ‘derriere’ rider; follow our fearless leader Alexandria; enjoy the lovely weather; stop to take photos; buy a great ice-cream and listen to historic commentary and take in all the ...
... in another city away from home (great memories!!!).
Since we never take the easy path anywhere, we strolled from the Arc back down to the river and jumped on the bus to the Eiffel Tower again...Heather is in love with it! We're hoping to find a restaurant or street vendor and have an evening picnic on the lawn. Unfortunately (or maybe fortunately) there isn't much in the way of food around the Eiffel, so we settled for a couple of ice creams and picked a spot off ...