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... was iffy, so we put off our drive to Wales till Saturday and spent the day relaxing, doing laundry and blogging. Saturday was a beautiful day so off we went to South Wales. We both think the scenery in SW England is prettier but it was still worth seeing. Unfortunately the weather turned when we stopped at Tintern Abbey, really the ruins of huge church sitting in a very tiny hamlet and wondered why of ...
... gold topped column of Bastille and across the Seine to our boat. By this time I was feeling a lot more confident on the bike (there are specific lanes dedicated for use by buses, taxis and bikes across most the city), and we still had plenty of time on our 24 hour day use, so after a little rest we rode all the way along the Seine to the Eiffel tower, and had a very romantic and memorable picnic :)
I also took Mikey to a few places I remembered enjoying from my last ...
... of horns, bikes & motorbikes everywhere, the flaming noise! After check in we walked around the corner to a supermarket & picked up some essentials. Found Le Genie on Boulevard Beaumarchais & had a few French Beers & watched the world go by. Stopped at the corner eating establishment for the most amazing chicken tikka followed by a cheese platter & washed down with 2 glasses of bubbles. 70 Euros! Welcome to Paris! No photos ...
... left the bags behind and set off on the metro to sort out our rendezvous place for our tour tomorrow, only to find the station we need closed as part of major track renovations. Had to do extra walking, but no big deal and found where we need to be quite easily. Stopped at Eiffel Tower to see if we could walk up but the queues were ridiculously long so decided to give it a miss and go up the Montparnasse Tower instead. Stopped for a necessary cuppa ...
... in NY. A lovely cruise along the River Seine was next on the agenda, it was a pretty way to see more of Paris and again with a guide - shame it wasn't warmer weather. For our last dinner in Paris we decided to venture down some side streets to find a little local restaurant, we shared a great bottle of red and all really enjoyed our meals... We tried frogs legs - another tick on the list! Quick change at home then back to the Eiffel Tower. Nutella crepes in ...