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So a change of plan - Saint Chapelle it is! It was consecrated in 1248 and according to the brochure was to house the relics of the Passion of Christ; the most famous being the Crown of Thorns acquired in 1239. History notes aside...the stained glass windows in this place were magnificent and managed to remain intact all these years - a feat in itself! Also catching my attention were all the columns bearing the fleur-de-lys design on a background of azure ...
... and the majority of the fifth - a big old bowl of duck blood, beef and tofu soup.
My European adventure was over. Early on in the piece - and in fact deep down I'd known from the start - I realised that despite the seven year build up and all my interest in Italian, Greek and Turkish history, I was chasing my teenage dream. I was certainly a different person to the 18 year old Nikki desperate to escape and determine to make an impression on the world. I think being aware of ...
... with a stack of papers for an inordinate amount of time and taking several phone calls, the clerk told us we couldn't check in till later. At what time, we wanted to know? More gestures and shrugs and pursing of lips.
We figured we had several hours to kill. Butch and Lynne (who had come to Paris several days ahead of us) were going to the Orsay Museum, so we started out to meet them. We walked across half ...
Early rise on Saturday morning to catch the Eurostar from St Pancras for an exciting weekend in Paris. After a two hour trip on the train we arrived in Paris on a beautiful sunny day. We caught a taxi to Hotel Muguet, a boutique hotel not far from the Eiffel Tower. The taxi driver gave us a running commentary of points of interest along the way. Our room was ready when we arrived so we dropped our bags and then off to the shops. Lafayette, a ...
... We didn’t go to see a show there as the tickets were about €180! Waaaay out of our budget haha. But it was really cool seeing the building! The district itself was…interesting to say the least; we discovered that it was the Paris equivalent of Amsterdam’s Red Light District. We even went into a sex shop just to say that we had been in one in Paris hahaha, there were some err…unusual objects in there! As well as sex shops, ...