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Travel Blogs from Clichy
... 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
... shops near Notre Dame and got a t-shirt and two little Eiffel Towers.
Next, I walked back toward the Louvre and got some pictures outside. Then I walked through the Toulleries and made my way toward our meeting point at the Place de la Concorde. I was still early for our 4:00 meeting time, so I made my way back toward the Eiffel Tower because I figured I could never get too many pictures of the Eiffel Tower. It kept raining off and on, and I was (stupidly) wearing ...
... now the two of us were exhausted and our feet couldn't and didn't want to take another step so we made our way home with the next metro.
Today we have decided to spend 2 nights near Paris Disneyland. We had to take a 35 minute train ride in order to get there. Our hotel is in a place called Val d'Europe, which is one train station away from Disneyland,which is a very new development as all the roads and buildings are new and modern. They have a shopping ...
... with their name inscribed on it in Arabic. We went into a busy cafe overlooking Montemartre and bought hot drinks.
A very old American artist came up to us and asked if she could draw a portrait of Sofia for 20 Euro. We asked to see some of her other work but she told us she didn't show her work but that she was very good. Zed said No, she insisted and he then said sure but if we don't like it we don't have to buy it. She said of course but we ...
... was set up on a very cushy pillow and provided with its own bowl of water. So cute! The chocolate was so rich and so delicious, but my tummy is now gurgling constantly. I think it's saying, "It's too much ... more! more!"
Our last stop of the afternoon, as it was growing dark, was a bookstore (Librairie Galignani), the first English bookstore on the Continent, dating back to 1801 (though the printing company dates back to 1520). The family still owns ...