Travel Blogs from Paris
Here are the sights we "did":
Gardens of Luxembourg
Josephine exhibit @ Palais Luxembourg
City bus tour
7 lunches or dinners with Jo and/or others
Musee de Arts Decoratif
Dries Van Noten exhibit
... the 'wonderland' I had expected except for the Grand Finale, the fireworks/laser show at 10pm on the disney castle! That was awesome and so worth the waiting around and the very long day to see it!! To me, THAT was Disneyland. Just like the beginning of the movies when the Disney castle shines up and Tinkerbell waves her wand...ohhh, it brought tears to my eyes, i felt like a little girl on Sunday evening eating pancakes for tea watching the Sunday movie ;) But man, ...
Our last day in Paris, and the end of our 3 week European experience. We did not have anything planned for today, a free day if you may for us to be flexible and go wherever we desired. We started off at Ile St Louis, the smaller of the two islands on the Siene where we browsed quirky boutiques for last minute gifts and souvenirs.
From there, it was off to prowl the hip cafe lined streets of Marais and her little ...
... to follow the instructions to get to the backpackers which included using the metro train system, every one has a number and then you just work out what direction you are going to and follow the signs to that platform sounds easy… so easy when you don’t have this information you just have a list of not so clear instructions therefore I ended up on the right train heading in the wrong direction. So off the train I get and find ...
... PDF as it didn't arrive yesterday. I received it this time and forwarded to AA Insurance. Overcast day in London and about the same temperature as yesterday. Left on time at 8am and walked with cases to Earls Court tube station and caught the Piccadilly line to Kings Cross St Pancreas station. Tube was pretty busy but we all got on, bags and all, without any hassle. Arrived at Kings Cross at 8.30 and found our way to the Eurostar ...