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... Seine River and up a hill. With massive crowds, dodgy looking people and the presence of a large number of crowd control police we didn't feel overly safe. At about half twelve we decided to make our way back to the hotel. This was were the night got scary. We battle a huge number of people cramming into the tight passage ways of the metro. We waited for ages to get into the station jam packed like sardines, scared that we would be pick pocketed or lose each ...
Todays adventure began with a trip on the RER line to Luxembourg station, which is only a few minutes down the line and is the station for Jardin Du Luxembourg (Luxembourg Gardens). This was always going to be a destination for us as the gardens host a large playground and a puppet theatre as well as a heap of other facilities, mainly sporting. What made this visit special was we had organised a play date with Hannah, one of Sassy's ...
It was a very nice town for a stroll in the parks by the river, and we had brunch there - a very nice Brittany creperie.
After lunch we headed back to our chateau hotel for a friend's wedding ceremony and celebrations!
... or the Louvre, we will settle for a street name. Preferably a quaint little Rue as Avenue or Boulevard sound too pompous. How does Rue Suzanne Carrique sound? Or Rue Stephene Carric? Nice thought, but not something to lose out heads about (something that's alarmingly easy to do in France)... Off to to the airport soon for the flights home. We have had the most wonderful time, each city different and each a delight in ...
... was spectacular in places, especially the section from Edinburgh to the border, the coast is absolutely beautiful. At Durham, I can see why Australian cricketers are attracted to this place, stunning with a church smack in the middle with postcard views etc. Went over a couple of viaducts during the trip. Saw a dozen or so train spotters at a couple of the stations...boy they look like they take it seriously, camera's ...