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... Stop by the Eiffel Tower. ( Actually, it turns out, they are not Train Stations at all. They are Subway Stations .... And it took me 2 ladies at the ticket offices and 3 very nice French Policemen to work that out. But more about that later. Not a happy traveller. ....I was hot.... ) Ok.... Beautiful morning. We walked from the Subway Station to the Eiffel Tower. ( That's pretty cool, isn't it? ) Wandered around underneath just oohing and arring a lot. Then a quiet meander ...
... grotesque detail but apparently I needed to clip my toe nails as one of them was digging into the middle toe. Small cut, but man it hurts. And of course my nail clippers are in my lost bag. Rest assured that clippers have now been puchased and the situation is sorted Anyhoo, eventually I found the royal palace. Guess what...its not a palace anymore either. Its now a shopping centre. Lots of very exclusive and expeeeennnsive shops. Nice building, lovely ...
... It is now a huge military museum. We had a bit of a wander through the Cavalry museum.
The weather was holding up although the wind had become quite cold, but at least it was keeping the rain away. We walked down to the Seine passing a game of boulles? And walked to the Eiffel Tower ready for our 5.30 ticket to the summit. Feet were starting to struggle due to shoes for dinner, but were made it early enough to sit and watch the ...
... paintings are very different than his colleagues. I was able to sneak some pictures and video and hide from the Security guard. I also had Rick Steves audio guide playing in the background so i was really able to understand and appreciate the artwork. After seeing all of the artwork, I felt overwhelmed so I had a banana and Nutella crepe. It was really good until we decided to go to the tower... I knew running with that in my stomach was not going to be fun! I attached my GoPro and set ...
... to cross the Seine from Vernon to Giverny. The Vieux Moulin was built in the 16th century, but the old bridge on which it stood had first been built in the 12th century, then rebuilt many times. Likewise there were other mills along the bridge.
We picked up some tourist maps and one of the places suggested as a place of interest was Chateau de La-Roche-Guyon. Great we thought, it's nice and close, let's give it a go. Have sat nav, will travel. What ...