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Our time in France did however coincide with the terrible terrorist acts that took place in Paris, fortunately we avoided any of the troubles as we crossed the French capital from Gare du Nord to Montparnasse railway stations on our outward journey on the Wednesday. We also watched this play out on TV being able to swap between various international news channels. These events will undoubtedly have a marked impact on Paris, France and the wider world.
... So the places... - The Pantheon was my first port of call. I was an hour too early, so will pick that story up later. - Palias de Luxembourg - well I saw the outside. I got there to find there isn't a public entry to the building. There was an attached art gallery, but I did my yearly supply of galleries yesterday at the Louvre. So feeling a little dismayed at the poor start, I started to walk towards the famous tower. Not that my visit was due to occur this morning (that ...
... car went off without a hitch. We took them on a quick tour of our neighbourhood and let the girls enjoy the local merry go round that runs each day after 4:00. The girls seemed tired of restaurants after their week in Switzerland and France, so we went for a quick bite and then returned to baby sit while M&M went out for dinner. I may have regretted my earlier blog reference to thanking heaven for little girls, but not really, the positives vastly outweigh the ...
... quiche. Then back onto the metro, change trains and end up at the bottom of the hill to the basilica. We hiked through the touristy street and up to the top....more stairs! We toured the building, took a walk around the art district where street artists will sketch and awesome picture of you, and snacked on crepes (mine with nutella and bananas). We bought some french cheese at a little market and headed home to rest our weary feet. Sorry this was so long but we did a ...
... green olives, oil and almond bickies before stopping in a delightful little square for a coffee for Suzanne and a beer for me! Was about that time to sit and watch the world go by. Our restaurant booking at Bones wasn't until 10pm so we had a chat before we got ready to go out. Bones is over in the 11th and we had arranged to meet Ron there. It was heaving when we got their, a very young cool crowd so we fitted right in!! As well as ...