Hotel Saint Cyr Etoile
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I'm loving having a group of people to chill with while Jonathan is at work. Today, I met with Naomi at the Jardin du Luxembourg before we headed over to Notre Dame and meeting with Bernardo and Ruth. We had a leisurely lunch in an area I discovered was called Saint Michel-- the same place where J and I had crepes the second night we were in town. Lunch was nice as we enjoyed street musicians ...
... horses magnificent.
Today we had another ride through another royal forest to the town of Campiegne, which was the town where Joan Of Arc was captured and imprisoned for a while before her execution. Throughout the rides we have visited many historic sites and by riding on bikes we feel we have been able to digest the feel of the country better, including the pubs and patissaries.
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... show – very cool, seeing the tower and miniature version of the Statue of Liberty right next to each other from the river. Following the dinner cruise, we head Notre Dame cathedral, to try to find the spot where Auntie Ann and Uncle Marko got engaged – it looks pretty impressive all lit-up at night. We then call it a night and head back to the hotel.
... on the train although sometimes they leave a lot to be desired! I must say though, that when you have to pay for the toilets, at least they are nice and clean. Train to Paris, ****! Firstly there were steps onto the train. Secondly I had a window seat where I prefer an aisle seat. And instead of a nice clear view out the window, I had the solid wall between 2 windows. Lovely! So not much view of the countryside. Got a crinked neck looking out the smidgeon of window I had. ...
When we arrived in Paris it was at night but the next day we toke a train to the Eiffel Tower! I loved the tower and didn't know it was so huge! The day after on a Sunday we wanted to go to Versailles but there was a fire near the train station so it was all blocked off. The macaroons we had were amazing. I had a caramel, mint and chocolate ones. I also had tea on Sunday that I made myself and I heated up the water too much and burnt my tongue! I felt ...