La Ferme du Manoir
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... would do, we found an alcove and stood in it until the line of people went by. Then we went back down the stairs and really surprised the girl in the gift shop. We exited the building and walked the final 50 feet to the real entrance. Then we really went into the cathedral. Wow, words cannot describe the many beautiful stained glass windows and ornately carved limestone and marble. Our pictures won't do it justice. We found ...
... has less lanes than what I initially thought but is
still insane! However surprisingly the insanity just works. Cars, bikes, buses
& trucks just all seamlessly work their way onto and off Charles du Gaulle. Whilst praying that my life wouldn’t end on
one of the most famous roads in Paris a girl younger than me and wearing
headphones simply road straight onto and around as though she’d ridden this
road a thousand times without ...
... bc she insisted). We took a video of it. We even got to do some more french speaking. It is intimidating but also fun to try and speak with people even if it is to ask if they speak English. Thus far we have had no run in with "rude" Parisians. We do our part to acknowledge them and respect their culture.
We returned to our hostel to do some laundry and call it an early night. Tomorrow we visit Versailles! Bon Soir!
Allie and ...
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
... us with her lovely smile but sadly we had to keep distance from her. We still managed to take a few pictures though.
We sat for a short break and Tomi said " Mama we saw Mona Lisa, can we go home?" I saw that both of the children were tired, Anna was awake since five in the morning ( jet leg still present ).
I kept thinking there is so much more to see, we are not very often in the Louvre but there was no ...