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... I left that one up to my far braver friends. I did go through my fair share of loop the loops (why didn't my bags fall out when we were upside down?!), climb to some terrifyingly high heights, hurtle past at speeds I didn't realise could be reached, and walk out of most of them feeling as though my legs were made of jelly, but somehow wanting to go again (although turns out a roller coaster ride when your legs already feel like jelly can do funny things ...
... was an absolute favourite of ours on our last stay in Paris 5 years ago). It is located in an old railway station, with the exhibits being located in special rooms set up in the huge cavernous station area. The whole effect is extremely light and airy, which brings the best out of the paintings and the many sculptures. The speciality at the D'Orsay is the impressionist painters, with an entire floor set aside for Monet, Renoir, Sisley, Degas, Matisse, Manet, and ...
... mum and dad have gone out shopping then we will get ready to go on our tour and see the Eifel Tower!!!
Already been away for 4 weeks and nearly a month not a long time to go!!!
The Channel Tunnel or Le tunnel sous la Manche is 37.9 kilometres long and has the longest undersea portion of any tunnel in the world and is the 12th longest tunnel on its own. ...
... at beautiful Parisian apartments and up at the basilica that made the afternoon perfect. David loved the hard cheese and Lindsay loved the soft (David was convinced it was too “stinky” for him). Basically, we’re the perfect combo! We finished our lunch and finished our climb to the basilica. We weren’t sure what to expect, but the basilica was incredible. Can we say we liked the inside better than Notre Dame? Gasp! Okay, Notre Dame was amazing too, but there ...
... not found anywhere else in France, so we were happy to dig in. And then rains came again! Thunderstorms have been frequent in the last week, and we quickly reached for the umbrellas and continued our walk along the Seine River, through Place de la Bastille and back to our new home. We are watching the final World Cup game tonight as we flip through the guidebooks and prepare for Bastille Day ...