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... and informal areas. There is also massive grand canal that is crossed by a slightly smaller canal.
Versailles is another UNESCO world heritage site.......10 million people visit this fantastic Chateau and Gardens each year.
The pics tell the story of wealth and opulence and a scale hard to imagine without seeing it yourself.
We have been having a simple English breakfast at a cafe just a few doors from the Mercure hotel where we are ...
... produces coffees more in our style! Then caught the Metro to the newly revamped Musee d'Orsay, our favourite museum from last time, housed in a totally unrecognisable former railway station. Walked home along the Seine (alive with people enjoying the summer weather!), and enjoyed dinner at the close by Le Petit Cler on Rue Cler.
... territory and then relaxed at our apartment and I watched the Tour de France time trial live on French TV. It was an early night and we plan to do some shopping at Galleries LaFayette and Printemps on Thursday. Have to organise our bus and metro tickets and tickets to Euro Disney for ...
... day we headed back for a Paris sunset on the steps on Sacre Couer in Montmartre. The views are made for postcards and admirably serviced by the local buskers.
Well we have now come full circle and our trip is nearing its end. We head for the airport tomorrow to fly home and we have had such a fantastic time and hope you enjoyed sharing it with us.
Au revoir !!
Lesley and Michael
... than the calamari was off ... but who know?
At the front of the restaurant, there were a couple of Greek men cooking food or doing something with food ... and then an Indian cook came out from behind closed doors ... where are all the Greek cooks in Paris? Later, when I asked one of our servers if he was Greek, he said no he was Tunisian / French but the chefs are all Greek ... yeah right.
And for dessert, Doug had ice cream and I had ...