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... 8217;ve touched ancient buildings and seen forgotten cities that have been around since before Jesus’s time. We’ve walked on cobblestoned paths where countless millions of others have gone before. We’ve wet our feet in the cool waters of the Mediterranean. And we’ve sat on grooved stone seats - shaped by 2000 years of cradling peoples’ behinds.
However it’s been our sense of sight that has been truly overloaded. We’ve ...
... It was pretty neat to see the
palace where King Louise used to live.
It was huge. It was interesting
to learn that the King and Queen had separate wings. We got to walk through the gardens. They were enormous, but very beautiful. We did a lot of walking today. We also walked to a little village thing
within the palace grounds that was very cute.
After Versailles, we got on the train and headed back to Paris. After ...
... where many of the well-known battles of WWI took place, and this year being the 100th anniversary of those great battles, we felt it an opportunity for us to learn a little more of this time in history. Both Australia and South Africa fought here. The battle of Delville Wood took place in Somme. Of 3,200 South African soldiers who went into action at Delville Wood, only 143 returned 5 days later! There is also the Franco- Australian Museum at ...
I guess I should wrap this up. It was a long day to get home, but reasonably uneventful.
- We were able to bypass the long check-in line due to my SkyTeam Elite Plus status. Probably saved us close to an hour of standing in line.
- The kids ran into a friend from the Marriott Kids' Club. It was cute to see them compare notes from their trips.
- We arrived in Paris 20 minutes early, which was ...
... goose chase to get his photos back, calling him from a payphone and waving to him from down below.
The area around the church was packed with tourists taking photos and families enjoying a Saturday afternoon in Montmartre. At the base of the steps is a open square with a carousel and vendors selling post-cards and Paris-themed knick knacks. We continued on, past several other tourist shops and walked around the neighborhood below. We thought we should have a ...