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... was so many gorgeous old buildings along the way, so much beauty in this city.
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The Grand Palais des Champs-Élysées, commonly known as the Grand Palais, is a large historic site, exhibition hall and museum complex opened 1 may 1900
Pont Alexandre III Four gilt-bronze statues of Fames watch over the bridge The is a deck arch bridge that spans the Seine in Paris. It connects the Champs-Élysées quarter and the Invalides and ...
... at sun set and had spectacular views of Paris and of course the Eiffel Tower. We also saw all the lights come on and sparkle which was cool.
Sunday was our day trip visit to Versailles. We ended up doing this ourselves and followed the many tips that we found on the internet. Again blown away by the grandeur and extravergance of this palace that was home to Louis XIII, Louis XIV, and Louis XV and of course Marie-Antoinette and the Marquis ...
... they are made in Holland so the old French white shop-keeper tells us as his Asian assistant rings up the sale. Paris never ceases to amaze!
Back in our apartment Gary brings us back to a more familiar Paris with a dinner of duck breasts from the butcher on the corner topped with pastries from our favorite patisserie.
On our last trip to Paris we discovered Le Pentruche and we are delighted to see ...
... directed back towards the bus... 15 minutes later we were at the Chateau.
OF COURSE NO ONE EVER ASKED TO LOOK AT OUR TRAIN TICKETS---- anyone could jump on! no barriers, nothing!
So , there we are at the Chateau - not much of a queue but some misunderstanding with the ticketing lady - mmmmm ,,,, and all tours in French, and the best tour filled etc etc... not a great start... but anyway.... after I asked to talk to the other ...
Most of us left Paris today for either home or other destinations. Some fun facts about the tour: - 1800+ kilometres travelled - 48 brass musicians, 5 percussionists, 1 vocalist, 1 conductor - 18 towns - 16 concerts - 9 cathedrals/churches - 3-5kg weight gain per person - 2 births (Marg & Eddie and Austen will be meeting their respective granddaughters on their arrival back home) - 1 wedding It's been great. Au ...