Hotel Villa Margaux Opera Montmartre
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... headed out for a marching practice to perfect our moves before tomorrow.
Again we were treated to lunch at the mess. I was entertained to hear the English-speaking waitress instruct the French-only chef how to describe the options of sausages and cordon bleu, and the bemused looks on my fellow travellers faces and he delightedly asked "pork or chicken"?
We loaded up the buses once more and waved goodbye to our military hosts. Our ...
... Louvre made it the most obvious choice, we we made the short walk over to the famous museum.
The Louvre is an immense building. The sheer scale of it doesn't sink in until you are at the Pyramid entrance, taking in the panoramic view of the entire complex. Built in the shape of a U, two supplementary wings branch of from the central building, forming a sprawling network of galleries. THANKFULLY, we both had agreed that we would skip the Louvre and ...
... and we want to see as much as we can, which means at the end of the day both of us crash into bed and sleep very soundly. Tomorrow we head to the Swiss Alps into a small town by the name of Engleburg. We are looking forward to having a change of pace as there is lots of driving tomorrow before we get into Switzerland. We will rest and sleep as much as we can. We look forward to coming back to Paris to explore for 6 more days. Like London ...
... forwards we finally make it across the road. Phew!
We squeeze our bags in the car and then we are off to find the apartment. Not sure where we drove but it was the scariest car ride we have been in yet. I was in the front - Yes on the wrong side of the car. There was a mass of cars, taxis, bicycles, motorbikes and pedestrians and no lanes and the no rules. It seemed to me if you get in front you push in front and you are then in charge ...
... the inside and it is beautiful, as expected. The coloured mosaic windows are stunning. We head out and to the right to join the line to climb the bell tower. Still raining, thank goodness for our weather proof jackets. Climbing the bell tower it was obvious that man the European love their spiral staircases. Up the top we had some beautiful views of Paris. We were quite squished in up the top, ...
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