Ibis Orly Chevilly Tram 7
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... the room next door. We then headed down Rue de Rivoli, a main shopping street and traffic thoroughfare, where we had fun in the trinket shops.We ended up at a lovely little eatery, Cafe du Musee, and whilst I had Onion soup, Bridget ordered up big with soup de tomates and a panini. Drinks never came with the food and so I explainend to Bridget that it was a cultural thing; that drinks came after one eats. I'm not sure if that is in fact true but it it was a plausible ...
... and then we ran down the stairs to the ground. Well the boys galloped off but Steph and I behaved in a much more sedate fashion in accordance with our ages in life. And because I'm unfit. We had planned on going on a river cruise that Super Steph had researched which was allegedly the best in Paris as it goes through the old parts of Paris along canals for two and half hours which leaves from the Bastille, but we realised we were not going to get there in time. ...
... big church set on top of a hill in the suburb of Montmartre. We headed north, back the way we came, in it's general direction, and after about a 20 minute walk we were at the foot of the hill. There before us were a shitload of steps that led up the hill to the impressive looking church at the top. And of course, there before us were a shitload of people selling dodgy souvenirs, including high-quality, expensive and so very exclusive four-stringed bracelets. ...
... legion just amble along. After the parade some soldiers of the different regiments walked through the crowds and repeatedly had their photos taken with eager women to stand next to them. Isi, Dawn and Hattie didn’t miss out.
It seemed as though the parade had finished, although still lots of people waited by the barriers, so we set off via the Metro, which wasn’t as manic as first thing, to the Louvre as today was free to ...
... us along the other side of the Louvre where we found some gorgeous little trinket boutiques, Molly for once was enthused about shopping here. Tomorrow we begin the next part of our adventure as we pick up the camper-van and set off for Lyon before going onto Milan on Sunday. As we will be on the road almost every other day we have no idea where we will find wifi so please do not be alarmed if I do not blog each ...