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... also have toilets there (tiny tiny ones) so you can say you used the toilet on the highest structur lol. On level one there is a glass floor (weird feeling but fantastic views). Back down and across the road to get a hot chocolate (it was freezing by now) and to watch the tower light up. Lots lots more photos and beautiful sights. Back on the tour bus to head back to the hotel, hungry, cold and tired. We got tea at the hotel then bed, what a magical ...
... lady came to our rescue, making the call for us on her mobile before leading us to our apartment and wishing us well for the rest of our stay here. We were amazed at how kind and generous this person could be, and this restored our faith in humanity just a little. We had some much needed down-time for the next few hours, before we went looking for dinner. Within a few blocks of our apartment there was an overwhelming number of restaurants to choose from, but we found a ...
... after 5:30pm Sue and I had plenty of time on our hands. We decided to take a stroll to a couple of prominent Paris sites, where we would sit down and relax.....Sue had a book to read and I brought my pencil and pad to do a sketch or two. I haven't had too many opportunities to scratch a picture this trip so I hope to make amends in Paris.
First stop was the Madeleine Church........2 chapters for Sue and 1 ordinary etching from me!
Next stop, with a cup ...
... accepted". Having sat next to a scrawny Frenchman on the plane who was hysterically crying/laughing at some sort of superhero comic, my three hour stopover at CDG (Charles de Gaulle) should be somewhat relaxing though I am bursting with excitement to finally get there. Last but no least... my achievement of the day: administering the thrombosis shot myself and though flinching and passing out seemed like a good idea at first, I decided to man up :o Au revoir ...
... upstairs at the top of the stairway for two hours!
When the train did arrive people were in such a rush to board they did not let the exiting passengers off - one of which was old and needed assistance! Mon dieu the French!
We past a canal with a small DIY canal boat. The old Luxton Place pink would be so IN, in France.
The screen did not give us any info on ...