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... up at 630, then wake up every 30 minutes after that till I finally give up. I am glad I booked a hotel room every week! After quickly writing the blogs, I went downstairs for breakfast and met up with some Americans. We decided to go to the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame and then see what happened next. When we arrived at the tower, surprise surprise, secruity was on strike! This marks the 3rd strike in my 3 days in Paris. The tower was closed so we walked down the Champs de Mars to get ...
... looking at the books and then decided to come home to finish off all the food we had in the fridge and of course the last bottle of wine 5356;so now we have packed and we may go back to Le Lezard for one last time Also need to all Claire as she said her interview with the City of Maastricht went really well and we want all the ...
... adorn the Plaza, which is another large rotary where the Champs Elyssés meets the Seine River. This is the location of where Marie Antoinette and multiple other people from the French Revolution were beheaded by guillotine. (Little trivia here: guillotine were in use in France into the 1970s, but the death penalty was completely abolished in the early 1980s.) We did venture into the base of one of the statues on the Plaza and discovered some stairs there. We ...
... this one. Baby potatoes and of course baby green beans. Tim very kindly bought a magnum of 1988 Margaux! And yes it was fantastic!!!!! Great having the chefs in the kitchen! Cheese was Compte, goat cheese and the Mont d'Or which we had last week and you have to spoon out!! Sally made a sensational fig frangipani tart and Tim bought a 1986 Juracon which was past it's best but still good. Chocies to finish from a shop on the rue des Martyrs that Steph had brought. A great night, S ...
... then had to find our way to the metro. And of course this is peak hour! Somehow we found the right station but we had to walk a long way and down escalators. It was a very tight squeeze on the train. They are not as well kept as the London Underground and we had 13 stations to get to before ours. I was worried we would not be able to get off in time at our station before the train went off but we managed. When we made it out into ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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