Les Jardins de la Villa
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... people watching" but saw some nice Christmas displays and a group rap dancing to the delight of a large crowd. Lots of beggars on Paris streets but have not yet noted ( realising thqts their plan!) any pickpockets or other criminal activity.
Braved the underground again - not quite so scary but uncomfortable. Checked for Cheryl's lost glove on platform but its long gone.
Home after 8pm for a welcome shower, diary, planning for tomorrow etc and bed.
... c'est facile ! Ce qui m’a le plus marqué en commençant l’année dernière en Inde c’est que si vous voyagez seul mais ne voulez pas l’être, vous trouverez toujours un moyen de trouver quelqu'un avec qui passer un moment. Je ne m'en étais jamais rendu compte quand je voyageais en groupe mais une kyrielle de personnes voyagent généralement seules autour de vous, quelle que soit la destination. Le réaliser ne rend que plus facile le voyage ...
... and La Fontaine.
After the tour we were thinking, thank God we can leave...haha cheap joke.
Per Steve's suggestion, we got on the #69 bus that runs through the city by many of the tourist sites and for the right price (about $1.75 each.) We passed through the Louvre courtyard, over the Seine, past the Orsay and then we got off at Les Invalides (near our hotel.) We left ourselves some time to stop in shops and pick up some necessities ...
... Louis still standing) to the Ile Saint-Louis, which was created in 1614 by joining together the Ile des Vaches and the Ile Notre-Dame. Along the Quai d'Anjou we saw several houses designed by the architect Louis Le Vau, who also designed our next stop: the church Saint-Louis-en-l'Ile (1664-1726). There was a wedding just exiting it, however, and the wedding party and guests were clogging the narrow street, making it nearly impossible to move past, ...
... quite small and with one tour group in there it was rather squishy. But it was well worth it to see the incredible designs and the original 13th century stained glass windows.
Next we wandered over to Natre Dame. As we came closer and the building came into view from behind the other buildings it leaves one gasping in wonder to actually be standing at the site of such an incredible monument. I keenly watched, scanning the ...
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