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... during the war they cut the access to the lift so Hitler would have to walk up it, was actually funny to listen to stories about France.
After that I went to a restaurant and met my 'sister' Cecile and we got a massive and expensive meal which afterwards I couldn't even walk, so I caught myself another Taxi to my Hotel.
Looking forward to a long day tomorrow!
... food. Everything is absolutely amazing, just makes your mouth water with every bite! My courses were (1) soupe (2) canard et frites (duck and fries) and (3) chocolate ice cream with whipped cream. Duck is so good - it just melts in your mouth. And the ice cream?! Oh my god. Amazing. After this, p-m took me on a little walk around the corner where I got to see Moulin Rouge!! :) I was SO excited! I really ought to start writing these blogs earlier, I'm exhausted! Until next time ...
... Again blown away by the grandeur and extravagance of this palace that was home to Louis XIII, Louis XIV, and Louis XV and of course Marie-Antoinette and the Marquis de Pompadour. Beautiful gardens (more ideas for Max!), the village and smaller country manors within the palace grounds filled our day. Unfortunately it started to rain quite heavily after lunch which meant that we didn't promenade through the gardens as much as we wanted but it was still good.
Our last full ...
First day in Paris, we walked down through the Bastille district to the Seine. We followed the river to the Ile de France which is the absolute centre of Paris. Very quaint, great little book shops, patisseries, lane ways etc. We arrived at Notre Dame just as it was opening and joined what was the first of many a long line in Paris. With no hunchback in sight, we followed the hordes and checked out the interior, which is truly magnificent. Paul lit a ...
cathedral's construction. Construction of the choir took from 1163 until around 1177 and the new High Altar
was consecrated in 1182 (it was normal practice for the eastern end of a
new church to be completed first, so that ...