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... to the test center area. By the time I got to Porte de le Chapelle it was already 12:45pm and I had to look for a store that sold pencils because I still needed pencils for the exam. After walking around aimlessly I finally found a small grocery store where I bought my materials for the exam. Then I went out to find the test center which was only down the street. I got inside and found people already there waiting for registration to ...
... coffee and snack at the foodhall in the Louvre Carrousel shops..crikey even McDonalds sells Macarons here !!
From there we walked further west and spent a couple of hours in La Conciergerie which housed the French Kings. There was the added bonus of an exhibition of stained glass, statuory, old books, mockups of rooms, cells etc. Best bits were ...
Last day, much to do!! Grabbed a Croissant at the metro just like a native a ND got the tube to Cite which is the Metro station on the bigger island in the Senne, where Notre Dame is. There we met Lucy our guide for our "free" walking tour of the 5th arrondissement aka the Latin quarter. For 2 hours we wandered all around the area, first stop was Shakespeare and Co so few more pics for Sammy. I remembered the budding authors can live upstairs for free if ...
I started as I would inevitably go on. Late.
I was meant to be meeting Rob and Baz in Paris for dinner. Leave London at midday, entirely packed, everything organised, a shirt on the back seat ready to go for when I got to Paris, down to Dover for the ferry, nip down to Paris on the motorway, get there in time for a late evening dinner and the trip would be off to a good start.
Unfortunately, as anyone ...
... trips. The massive Palais de Chaillot, with its museums, esplanade and gardens below, is situated on the east side of the square.
We decided to try the Patisserie Carette, and enjoyed eating our last meal in Paris on its terrace. After finishing lunch, Dee suggested a quick visit to the Cimetiere Passy, a cemetery which is not far from the Place du Trocadero, where we spent some time wandering around the ...