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... check in line, I watched each person in front of me as they handed their passport and boarding pass to the Air France agent. (Hint to you new travelers: get in the back of the line and watch what others do and say so you don't look like a total moron) So as I carefully observed each passenger and sought to memorize the drill, it occurred to me . . . hmmmm . . . everyone has a red passport, but mine is blue. Wonder why mine is blue?
Maybe it's ...
... opposite, The Wedding of Cana, it is nearly 7 x 10 mtrs, you could only imagine how difficult it would be to construct. We were surprised by the magnificently decorated & painted ceiling, even taking a wrong turn while admiring them. We enjoyed a couple of hours at the Lourve then called it a day. 4th Sep. Our last day in Paris, we visited the Arc de Triumph, for the last time then on to Saint Chapelle to admire the stunning stain glass windows. ...
... no one else in the background.To finish things off, we were taken across to a park right by the Eiffel with lovely views of it.We were met by Lyndsey's husband, Justin.He is a private chef in Paris and had prepared for us a wonderful picnic and supplied a rug, picnic basket, and fantastic French champagne and cold drinks.There was far too much food and we ate until our tummies ached!!!Allie had her first taste of champagne, which ...
... do two copies so we could each have one but he just did the one. We'll just take a photocopy of it at home so we can both have a copy.
By this time it was starting to get dark, so was therefore around 10 - 10.30pm and we were getting a bit hungry. So we headed back to the metro to go home. The boys stopped at the kebab place just round the corner from where we're staying to order some tea and we continued on back to the house. Another great day in Paris!
... br> So, what have we been doing since Ireland? We've been to London - no, we didn't visit the Queen. instead, we caught up with Carol and Phillip - Les's sister and brother in law who live in Sussex. They took us to the coast for the day last Saturday and we visited - of all places - ORford!! Okay, it is slightly bigger than our Orford and it has a castle of its own. The castle dates back to Henry II and it is fabulous. It's in pretty ...