Le Manoir De Gressy
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... of her, I counted 5, must have missed something. Seriously France, take a leaf out of Italy's book, now they know how to do a dedication! After Notre Dame I wandered down to Musee D'Orsay. This building was originally built as a train station for the World Fair. It has now been converted to a Museum and it is lovely. Lots of sculpture and paintings even the uninitiated like me can appreciate. Landscapes, scenes and portraits. None of ...
... t understand was sending us the wrong way. The show went for two hours & was everything I had dreamed & better than Grant expected. The costumes were elaborate & a bit naughty. It wasn't sleazy or tacky & they weren't naked but the show girls left little to the imagination. Circus acrobats including on roller skates, mini ponies, a naked girl twirling through the rings of a real boa-constrictor snake in a water tank & of course the French can can. After ...
Continued as a seperate blog, as didn't want to 'over- photo ( but I don't think that's a word) the last one. After the cruise on the Seine, we bussed around to the back of the Eiffel Tower and joined the smaller queue to ascend. As we had tickets and our Tour Director, they let us in the quick queue, so it only took 20 mins. As the director said, "If you don't like queues, you won't like Paris." Up to the first floor where the restaurant 58 Eiffel Tower is. ...
... children have ever had (don't even ask), and most likely the most expensive meal that Caroline and I have ever had as well - but it was worth every penny.
We woke up casually the next morning, had breakfast, and walked over to the Louvre museum where Caroline had arranged a family-friendly guided tour. As it turns out, we were the only family signed up so we had our tour guide, Kristen, all to ourselves. We started our tour at 10am, which ...
... heading to the church via a cobbled street full of souvenir shops. Everything Parisian you can imagine. Later, we said. For those of you who have been to Sacre Coeur, you know that it is 100's of steps up to the church. Not difficult for mountain climbers such as us! Tricky to manoeuvre around the people taking pictures and sitting on the steps, and the guys selling gold models of the Tour Eiffel, and plying games of chance though. We joined ...