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... happens to be the median age of the passengers!! Needless to say, we are known as "the young'uns"!! Had dinner at the famed Fouquet's on the ChamvvElysses with everyone from the cruise. Met some darling new friends at our dinner table!! One lovely lady has 36 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren, but no pressure guys!! Headed to hotel bar after dinner for a nightcap. Tuesday, August 6th Enjoyed an early morning bus tour of beautiful Paris!! After tour we headed to the Musée ...
... br> The cycling, well that goes without saying, picture postcards around every bend.
Wine, cheese and sausage the likes of we have never consumed in such copious amounts, ever.
Anyway we must go a plane to catch and back to reality.
... Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame, the Twilleries, Hotel de
Ville and so on. The buildings in Paris are all beautiful, the streets are wide,
the pavements wide, in fact it’s manifique.
When we left the cruise, we made out way out by the Hotel de Villiers and as a bonus, there was a working carousel in the courtyard in front of the building.
And Paris carries its traffic well, fast and noisy, with no
SO sorry to make you all wait so long. Only two more blog entries to finish. I just wasn't ready to face the end of the trip and returning home. But alas, I'm here, may as well face it and enjoy the memories.
Day 5, Saturday... So hard to wake up this morning. Plan was to go to Versailles but I'm moving slow so Steve went out to find something to eat and we didn't actually make it out until after 1:00pm. We ...
Back at Heathrow 'shopping centre'. Only 2 weeks since I was last here. Terminal 5 is rather fun though! The plane left on time at 4.40pm. To Paris Orly. 4 years since I was last here. It was rather smoggy as we landed, the Eiffel Tower partially hidden behind an orange haze. No queue at all at passport. (How do other European countries manage, yet arriving back into London always ensues a long boring queue). I caught the Orly Val train, which joins up to the RER ...