Ibis Orly Chevilly Tram 7
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... night - the Palaces, Notre Dame, the Louvre, the Musée D'Orsay and of course the Eiffel Tower. Once back in our neighborhood, we went to upper Lepic to a new place for us, Le Mandigotte, and had their boeuf bourgognon - fabulous! We completed this dinner with a tarte tatin - good that we did since this one was made very differently than others we had tried and this is one of the recipes Rick will be working on at ...
... views even better. After this tour we made our way to a perfume making workshop - we learnt the formulas that go into the different types of perfume and we created 3 of our own scents. Lovely surprise to receive a bottle of our favourite at the end of the session. This workshop was conducted in private residence - beautiful decor and a lovely environment. The day was not yet done - in the evening we went on a river cruise - starting at ...
... one side and the other of the avant-cour, Mansart
constructed the stables, masterworks of architecture whose monumental
character gave a preview of those that would be built at Versailles and
Chantilly. Of these works there exists only a grotto, that served also to water the horses.
The château itself stood on ...
Well the last day of our trip has finally arrived! We fly out of Charles de Gaulle Airport at 2115 tonight, and have booked a shuttle from our hotel for 1715. The weather this morning is still overcast with occasional rain, but we don't have to check out until 1100, so hopefully it might improve. After breakfast we did our last packing, really sick of it now! It's amazing how much you can fit into a shoulder bag though! We left our luggage ...
... By the time we reached the Australian National Memorial at Villers Bretonneux, the rain had stopped only to be replaced by a bitterly cold wind. Out with the Gore-Tex jackets that, thankfully, we'd had the foresight to bring with us. For the second time, we walked up the central lawn, flanked by the graves of soldiers, many very young and many 'A soldier of the Great War. Known to God'. Strangely, I'd forgotten the two pavilions at the entry, which has been upgraded since ...