Residence Lord Byron
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... early so we stowed our luggage and took off. Had a wonderful cappuccino and wasted away the afternoon exploring the area around the Eiffel Tower. Boarded the Crosi Europe Seine Princess. Included drinks and dinner followed. Really enjoyed the Paris at night light ...
... had an included dinner at the hotel: salad (pretty much just lettuce), bbq chicken (like from woolies but nicer) and chips, apple tart (cold) • drove on the coach on an 'illuminations tour' where we saw all the sites from the coach and Kate told us all the history of the buildings • had an early night for a free day in paris ...
... know what they have bought two days before and don't buy the exact same stuff again. Judy didn't bother with the shopping and spent the afternoon napping. Mum managed to buy herself some three quarter pants that now forever will be her Paris trousers and we found the chocolate shop, like we need it but yum! Back to the boat for a cuppa and a break before dinner, which was a bit of a fail, four courses but the main was venison, ...
... or maybe Wednesday, after the Louvre). At the start of the modern section of the Champs Elysees, we had lunch at a restaurant – tasty (although I think Paul was a bit disappointed with his specialty of the house). We then continued on to the Arc de Triomphe, then down past a lot of embassies to the Eiffel Tower. From here, we walked to Invalides, then to the Luxembourg, then back home. I could barely walk by the end (so unlike me to have bad ...
... served in transport, horses and carts at the Somme. 31 Oct - look around Amiens - not into churches but the cathedral is truly amazing and there are plenty of old buildings. 1 Nov - train to Paris and our Apartment in the Marais district. The paperwork we had to sign in English and French included taking out insurance to get this palace was incredible. The apartment on the 3rd floor, has a loft bed and the outlook is across a handkerchief size ...