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Today is a travel day from Geneva to Paris by train. Had a walk around Geneva after breakfast, then met with the Ingleton family..friends we have linked up with from both tours..go to train station to board fast train. Only took 3hrs 10min to get to Paris..top speed of 300km/h. We travelled 1st class!! Had a nice lunch with complimentary wine. Once in Paris, we decided to use the Metro to get to ...
... its automatic door everytime I sought to drop me trousers. I eventually gave up for fear of exposing myself to the Thursday morning Parisians...
Soon enough I was stood in the wide open space underneath the Concorde and decided to swing left towards the Louvre. The queues were huge so I settled for a couple of selfies before continuing across the River Seine to Pont du Gard, crossing a bridge the walls of which were ...
... we thought the Volcano eruption would be exciting.
One more day in the city.. Steve can't wait!! Weds we are on a train for Normandy and fewer people and more space. He has even mentioned he misses his truck... Cities are just not his thing. But we have had fun seeing lots of different sights. Tomorrow I am finally going to go shopping at a Paris Department store. It has several restaurants and bars so I will get Steve settled in and 'buy' myself an hour of research on ...
... collapsed from the weight of the locks before & they have to keep removing locks to avoid this. So I don't bother buying a lock on the bridge maybe later we will just write with marker we were there for any future relatives that visit Paris to find. Walking further along the bank we cross a bridge & wander under an archway into the courtyard of the Lourve. The pyramids stand grandly in the middle the only modern part of an ancient building. After marvelling at ...
Day 16: We woke up super early, so we could meet our new Tour Director and then made our way to the Eurostar train, which took us to Paris. Our timing was perfect, so we didn't have to wait very long before getting on the train. The seats were very comfortable, and I believe everyone got some sleep during the ride, which was awesome. The Eurostar does indeed go under water, but besides some major pressure changes, I didn't notice. There were ...