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Travel Blogs from Boulogne-Billancourt
... out with a dozen kids books-- but held back. I really enjoyed my time in there. We have talked about maybe getting anniversary rings-- mark year seven with a sparkle and decide to wonder through the crazy jewellery section of town at Place Vendome. In the middle of the large square is a large pillar with a statue at the top, it is apparently Napoleon dressed at Caesar... We don't buy it. Ben suggested it is actually a Caesar statue that the French wanted to lay claim to. ...
... with actors that bring the history and legends of Paris to life. It was so much fun. We went through different rooms, and in each was an actor playing out a story which we became a part of. They scared the hell out of us each time we passed through to a new room!
A late dinner at a restaurant nearby and then back to the hotel. Hope we don't have any nightmares after our ghoulish day....
... Pierre Lescot and sculptor Jean Goujon in the new style of the French Renaissance. It is the oldest monumental fountain in Paris. All of a sudden it became so dark and we had enough sight seeing for one day, so we started making our way back to the apartment and on the journey we passed the 'Tour St-Jacques'. This 52-metre (171 ft) Flamboyant Gothic tower is all that remains of the former 16th-century Church of Saint-Jacques-de-la-Boucherie ...
Hello again! Since we last wrote, we've been quite busy. We've visited three different countries, caught numerous trains, taxis and trams and crossed an extra country or two in transit. For our last day in Milan we dropped our luggage at the station and headed to Lugano, Switzerland by train. It was strange to sit on a train for an hour and a half and then suddenly be walking around in another country. Doing the same thing at home doesn't even get you across state ...
... am glad we had bought return tickets in Paris as even after eating there were many queuing for tickets and the train we caught was chokers. Fairly uneventful return trip and we were soon back at our station with still a little time to spare before boarding our train to Spain.
Good chance, we thought, to find a little restaurant for dessert and drink because what better way to while away the time. Creme brûlée was magnifique.
Finally it was time to recover our luggage ...
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