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... We returned to the hotel and finished packing, then departed. While last night was completely crowded, with cars everywhere and no parking, this morning was quiet and calm. We headed out of town towards Chantilly, through the dense fog. I was glad no to be on the motorway, as the fog was so thick, but many people were driving slowly on the A roads. I think some fools would have been speeding along at 140kph on the motorway, leading to disaster.
... re staying straight away. I'm in Paris. After checking in, we got directions and caught the metro to Cluny-La Sorbonne. From there we walked in what we were hoping was the direction of Notre Dame. Soon enough, we spotted the facade across the Seine. We paused on the bridge for some photos before making our way to one of Paris' most famous landmarks. And rightly so. The gothic cathedral was built between 1163 and 1345 and its design has been replicated ...
... of you Americans. Beautiful countryside, mostly farming. Hard to take a picture going at 200 mph.
Got not to the apartment, checked in and love it. It is a Paris apartment. Overlooks a street filled with restaurants and has a back patio with kept lawn. The art work is Paris and we are not in a ...
Breakfast cooked by Logan plus an 'at home' workout with Denham (in case you were wondering yes we have been fitting exercise in - in Dubai, Amsterdam, London & Paris). It was raining this morning so we decided to stroll Champs Elysee again and then head to another shopping district and the tables were turned... The boys seemed to have more luck than us haha. Lindt chocolate store for a coffee... Ahh and dessert. Wow! The boys were loving it - kids in a ...
... of armor. They had weapons going back thousands of years. I really like the old medieval swords and the huge canons. On the other side of the courtyard we made a quick journey through the chakra de Gaulle museum. I knew he was a French war hero and did great things during WWII but obviously this went more in depth into his actions and it was fascinating. He fled to London when France fell and organized a huge movement of people wanting to see a free France. ...