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... to hotel about 3pm via metro - a lot quieter Cool down in room and went for walk up to Bastille corner Came out of hotel protest going up the street, ? Unions, poor pay What a mes they left paper everywhere and then rubbish trucks came behind them cleaning up Had lovely salad at cafe and back to ...
... every cent and makes for a memorable evening in Paris.
Today is our last full day in Paris.
Still we have had the best time and look forward to Italy. Tomorrow morning we
leave early for Milan and Lake Como on the TGV train.
About to leave our apartment for another museum – the Musse D’Orsay.
It’s still Tuesday but now it is 6:30 in the evening. Malcolm is on the apartment balcony enjoying the view down Rue Saint Anne (we are on the ...
... I wanted to tear out my hair. "Listen I know you're doing your best to help me out, but this is urgent. Can we speed things up a little?", I pleaded with him. He spoke a little faster...for about 10 seconds. He had a script and procedure to follow darn it and he would not be swayed, by golly! Eventually, he offered up an actionable solution to try: shut off my phone, restart it, then experiment by choosing different French carriers. If that ...
... streets of Montmartre it was time to get back on the Metro for a visit to the Louvre. Nothing to add really other than to say Tom Hanks did not do the Musee de Louvre justice. Magnificent in every regard! With time running against us we high-tailed it to the Champ de Mars for our 4:30 appointment at Gustave's world famous iron lattice tower. Pre-booking tickets was a god-send as even in Winter the queues are massive. The Eiffel Tower was erected in 1889 as ...
... disconcerting thing about our time up at Sacre Coeur was the presence of the French army/guard ... Seeing automatic weapons at the ready is so unfamiliar to me. A lap around the inside of the church confirmed without a doubt that it was indeed catholic... We discovered the very crowded Place du Tertre and I realised that this was one of the places I visited many years ago on a contiki tour. We headed down (in the funicular this time) and wondered to the Pigalle ...
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