Ascott Arc de Triomphe Paris
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... the palace. Lines were long but with our tickets from Paris Vision we walked right in, had plenty of time to tour the apartments with an audio guide. I spent a good amount of time in the gardens they were so beautiful. I enjoyed the day immensely I would highly recommend this day tours through Paris. The tour took 9 hours, it went ...
... up close. When we hit the ground, the boys got to feed the sparrows out of their hands, which will probably be one of their highlights. While we were in front of Notre Dame, a number of airplanes flew low overhead, over the span of about 20 minutes. It was quite weird and a little worrisome, as they were all military planes, some jets flying in formation and some escorting much larger planes. Of course, we all started thinking about all of the movies ...
Bonjour! Mon nom est Maree. Je suis Australien. Parlez-vous anglais? Merci.
Right, that's the sum total of my French so we'll be having no more of that!
I will be your tour blogger for this trip and, along with our photographer John, will keep you up to date with what we've been up to.
It is now 7am in Paris, 8 hours behind you on the east coast of Australia. The flight with most of the group is due to land in about 20 minutes, ...
... Le Presley, which was great. It was a local place, and the food was good and the service was better. It was nice to go to a place where Parisians go for lunch. We then walked to find the bus tour. It wasn't too hard, and I bought an umbrella since there was a chance of rain, and we almost thought we were going to miss the bus, so I ran. All was okay, so we boarded, and off we went.
It took about 45 minutes to get to Versailles, and they dropped us ...
... The boat cruise that I did went right around where it is. The problem was that is was on loan to a museum in Tokyo. Bummer. So now I can say I've actually seen all three statues of liberty in the flesh, Paris, New York, and in the sculptor's home town. Cool!
Now in the interest of conserving money (and metro tickets of which I am in short supply), I decided to walk the rest of the day. I walked along the Seine and said goodbye to the Eiffel tower., ...