Le Moulin de Lily
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... with chocolate mousse. We headed for the Tour and we stayed with the kids until they made it through the line for tickets up the tour d'eiffel - they wanted to be at the top when the lights came on ( 2000 sparkly lights). We agreed to meet them at 10:30 pm at the first square tree on the Champs de Mars. They had a blast at the top - best experience ...
... modifications from the original plans, reflecting political changes and power struggles, the Arch still retains the essence of the original concept which was a powerful, unified ensemble. The Arc de Triomphe stands at the centre of the Place Charles de Gaulle, also known as the "Place de l'Étoile". It’s located at the western end of the Champs-Élysées. The arches whole decorative style is entirely of the tradition of sculpture from the first half of the ...
... underground and then headed towards the marais. It was heaving there, shops open and loads of tourists, so we kept going until we almost got to Hotel de Ville and caught the bus home. Iced tea was just the ticket as it is very hot. Probably only 28C but seems a lot hotter. Watched the second half of the Men's tennis over a G & T then wandered over to meet Tim to give him Stephs Red Cross parcel. The chicken pasta salad, baguette and ...
... Notre Dame, and the Obelisk. One contemporary tourist site we saw was the bridge leading to the French Language Protection Building. It was full of love-locks chained to the sides of the bridge.
Since we are on a budget, our plan is to do everything that is free; stand beside each monument and take a picture instead of going inside. We were lucky in that the Louvre was open after 6pm FREE for those under ...
... but without being overly "what is this?" for the family. We happened across a nice little café/restaurant close to home and parked there. An entrée jumped out to me - cuisses de grenouilles, which is what Kermit uses to move around (frogs legs for the uninitiated). To Juls' dismay, that was coming out first. The waitress comforted her that they're just like chicken wings, however Liam was as unimpressed as he had been with snails. Eva, however, gave them a go and ...