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Upon our arrival, we were greeted with many stories about what we had missed in Paris, so I will do my best to make sure that some of those untold stories will be recounted in the next little while. I personally had heard that Parisians are rather stuck-up and particular people, with an absolute loathing for the ignorant Americans who come simply for the experience of cliché french experiences, rather than actually taking the time to learn ...
... want to stay in Paris for security reasons. We visited the Hall of mirrors, the chambers if the King and Queen and their daughters. The gardens were emaculate and there us a water show in the gardens at regular intervals. We took a train back to Paris at about 3:30pm. Rested at hotel and then went for dinner at small cafe in St Germaine. We had mussels for ...
... br> Café. As the weather was better we walked back to the hotel, where I am now
(catching up on the blog as directed by one of my nieces – thanks Jane for
giving me an excuse to stay out of the rain!). Jewell and Glen have gone to the
Musee du Louvre to see Mona!
As I finish this blog entry, Jewell and Glen have returned
from the Louvre. Their comment was ‘too many people’ but they did get a glimpse of Mona!
... and in need of a good scrub.
Once again we think we're on track but cant find the hotel...up and down...round the streets....the locals are very helpful..as in not very much......I then ask a bloke running a cafe to help us....he goes overboard....and points in the right direction, we then dump the luggage and head back to his cafe to give the guy some business after helping us.....his name is Bernoir and treats us like kings......superb.
... of our trip for a different reason. We hailed a cab and a big black guy was driving with a smile like a watermelon (no bands had ever touched him though). We told him where we wanted to go and he was very happy to wait for us - he was so friendly and happy not like any other French taxi driver we came across. We put the padlock on the bridge and threw the keys into the Seine as per tradition and when we got back in the ...