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... the Notre-Dame….
The end of the day was an unexpected adventure…a massive traffic jam around our bus…led to our early exit on foot across 8 lanes of traffic…eventually arrived back in Pigelle…could possibly have been the long way…but it was definitely interesting!!!
Looking forward to more good times tomorrow ;-)
... the tour was Chambord. To say its vast is a bit of an undertstatement. Built in 1519 (well started anyway) by Francis I, originally as a Hunting Lodge, finished by Henry II and Louis XIV, it has 426 rooms and sits on 5400 hectares of hunting land and forests. There is a high stone wall which runs 32kms around the perimeter. Some of the fireplaces are still in use in the rooms open to the public, and obviously lit quite recently as the smell of ash was ...
... 8217;t possibly be comfortable wearing a heavy jacket. Parisians are known for their style and I suppose it comes at a price sometimes, but I don’t always understand their reasoning.
We also noticed that while your clothing choice literally defines you (I’m not exaggerating), the women tend to place less emphasis on doing their hair and makeup. The majority of French women wear minimum makeup and their hair looks natural, ...
Carla and I planned a one night trip to Paris. We caught train in and arrived straight beneath the Arc de Triumph! We walked all the way down the Champs Elysées to the Obelisk. There was a giant Disney shop and a flash Mercedes shop. Very expensive stuff. We walked around a fair at Les Tulliries. There were a lot of rides. ...
... wanted to go up to the summit so of course, we had too. I wasn’t very keen at the time considering the line was 100 meters long. Oh, and it was raining… but I’m glad we did. The elevator stopped at level 2 and the view was great. Level 2 isn’t even half way up though. We caught the elevator to the summit and woah. Just woah. Panoramic views of Paris and just the thought, ‘Hey, I’m at the top of the ...