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... little boxes. An espresso finished us all off!!! A walk was called for. Georgie had bought a spare pair of shoes so she could in fact actually walk! And off to Bon Marche we went, we needed a stroll after that lunch I can assure you. Always fabulous to wander around Bon Marche food hall which has had a major renovation of late! Every sort of food you can imagine. We said goodbye to the boys and hopped on the metro home. No nothing for dinner that night!! Steph ...
... a delightful young guide made this a memorable experience. Dellanna (guide) was from Croatia and studied fine art and art history in Germany before following her French boy friend to Paris. She spends the summer conducting private tours and spends her winters painting. We both loved her stories and knowledge of the Louvre - she shared with us her favourite art as well as the " favourites" , Venus de Milo, Mona Lisa, Napoleans coronation, ...
We went to bed late and got up at 4 AM. We were all packed and ready to go. Bleary eyed, at 5 AM, we climbed into the minivan that Rebecca had arranged for us. An hour to Charles de Gaul Airport.
And then disaster. The Delta Agent requested my passport, of course. So I reached into my bag, where I always kept it, and it was not there. I emptied my suitcase and it was not there. The kids went on ahead as I ...
Strolling down Champs Élysées to Laduree; an amazing patisserie and French dessert restaurant. Zarah had heard about this as one of the must do's in Paris and OH we were so glad we did, delicious macarons.
Everything about Paris is so grand and just being here makes you want to indulge in everything!
Hop on Hop off tour was next and onto the Eiffel Tower, we decided not to go up today ...
... needed really. The first night camping was perhaps as expected certainly a bit cold and we didn’t get a great deal of sleep!
From Arras we headed further south to Paris and we were quickly getting used to the French roads, although it must be said that French drivers are very impatient; what would be an easy lane manoeuvre on an English motorway always turns out to be quite a battle in France.