La Ferme du Manoir
Travel Blogs from Epiais-les-Louvres
... it was literally unenjoyable because of the crowds. They should limit the number of people they let in during any one hour to prevent the crush of people, and to preserve the integrity of the building. This was like a cattle call. It was kind of amusing watching all the young ladies who dressed up in sheer summer dresses and platform wedges to see the palace, only to be hobbling through the gardens once they had been walking in them for several hours.
... li>The Winged Victory of Samothrace.
The arvo we headed up to Sacre Coeur and Monmartre, The Sacre Coeur church is beautiful, especially the ...
* Our last day started with a thunderstorm with heavy rain that rolled across Paris from the west, but quickly developed into another sunny day. We went by Metro to the Latin Quarter and visited the Pantheon, which we didn't get to last time - it's an amazingly huge building, originally built by Louis XV as a church but then after the French Revolution ...
... mile - it left at 8.20am and the next train was 10.20am to Rouen – Vernon is the second stop. By then it was after 9.30am and had taken us the best part of 40 mins to get to where we were !
A delightful man attended to us and gave us senior tickets - yay - and even "composted" our tickets for us so we didn’t have to do that before getting on the train.
No sooner than exiting the ticket office and buying a juice for Brian, ...
Day 2 Monday
10am London time (5am Toronto time) - land in Heathrow, 6-7 hour flight
1035am have to rebook flight
My flight to London arrived 20 minutes after the boarding time of my flight to Paris
1130am rebook flight get food voucher from Brittish Airlines to eat lunch
12pm eat at Giraffe restaurant in Heathrow
130pm board Paris flight
2pm France time: arrive