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... Just like real peasants, of course.
We then toured the chateau. This is a fairly unique place, as, when the Duke died, he intended the chateau to be a museum and the public to have access. Thus, the upper stories are designed more as a museum than a home. The duke had some amazing collections, particularly of illuminated manuscripts. The library was a dream – one could spend hours and hours there. He had an impressive collection ...
... to see why. It is absolutely stunning. We stayed for Mass and the way it was lit was magical. It was the first time I'd seen it at night and I was entranced. While in the queue we witnessed some sort of procession with singing and incense. Before Mass started, it made its way into the cathedral. South American pilgrims dressed in purple carried some sort of shrine in and up the aisle, before placing it down on the altar, patting each other on the back ...
We started our day on the top floor of the L'Open Tour bus, which took us all over the city to see most of the big sites. We started off at the Musee de l'Armee (War Museum) before cross- crossing the Seine to see the Grand Palace, The Concorde, Assemble Nationale, Madeleine Church, Opera Garnier, Royal Palace, Louvre, Notre Dame, Orsay Museum, Church of the Dome, Eiffel Tower, Trocadero, Arc du Triumph ...
... in NY. A lovely cruise along the River Seine was next on the agenda, it was a pretty way to see more of Paris and again with a guide - shame it wasn't warmer weather. For our last dinner in Paris we decided to venture down some side streets to find a little local restaurant, we shared a great bottle of red and all really enjoyed our meals... We tried frogs legs - another tick on the list! Quick change at home then back to the Eiffel Tower. Nutella crepes in ...
... was "union" so we hurried away from that nonsense. Closer to the river we found a nice cafe to sit and have coffee and a little lunch and watch the people. Bryan gets very impatient so I take these small times of relaxation and enjoyment to heart. We walked all the way back over the river for an awesome outdoor store. It was good by Paris standards but nothing here is as great as the places in Germany. We then moved east to a an underground mall, but it ...