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... and a BIG sleep! Arrived at CDG at 1.30 and was at the apartment by 2.30 good arriving on a Saturday. Steph met me at the apartment and we dropped my bags and headed up to Montmarte to a new patisserie she had read about. Called Gm (Gilles Marchal) it's just up from rue des Abysses on the way to that champagne bar we don't go to any more on account of them being rude last time, their loss. Anyway fabulous cakes, decision decision, well we settled on a hazelnut sponge ...
... many historical buildings. There are a lot of police and heavily armed guards stationed at the religious buildings and some of the museums due to the terrorist threats that have besieged the world these past years and it is very sad that we have to take such extreme measures just in order to feel safe. We were shown the terrace houses, one of which used to belong to Victor Hugo and is now a museum. The others are privately owned and are priced ...
Well today started with hundreds of other people who obviously had the same idea as us. First thing to the Eiffel Tower. The queue was enormous but we had slept in again. Anyway we picked a queue, well one that did not require walking up all the stairs and waited in line. It seemed a little disorganised for something that would happen every day. But we eventually made it with time for a coffee and croissant while waiting in ...
... MotoGP on tele so Shawn ventured to the nearest sportsbar while Teneale caught up on some zzz's. At "The Moose" sportsbar met some helpful people and ended up with 4 beer coasters of places to see and things to do while we are here and in London!
(not very early) Morning run - Got lost even with the Garmin ...
... was mind blowing , trees and hedge rows all trimmed to a tee with statues fountains and pools. You walk down to the grand park and it's canal where the royals would have boat outings from one garden setting around to another. Marie-Antionette's Estate lies right up towards the back of the parklands and we paid to visit , there was plenty of marble pillars used to construct her palace and lots of gold .