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... are in honor of her. so imagine if I studied both, some of the same stories in their stained glass and the sculpture would be the same.
Another fascinating side note: before WWI and WWII CC removed all the stained glass panels; Each panel is 4foot square. They were hidden away and put back after each war, so they are the original.
My day was a quiet and emotional. I met two masters: the Cathedral and Malcolm. I had lunch at a little bistro. ...
... out the De Clichy Places, Rues and Boulevards and enjoyed a lovely wine with cheese plater at Le Vert Tulipe
For dinner we went back to the seafood restaurant. I thought the waiter was rude and the food was overpriced - but Stan was in heaven.
Turned out mum and Dave were more energetic than us and had climbed all the steps from Montemartre up to the Sacre Coeur. Not bad for a couple of OAPs.
... 11:30am and took in the surrounding skyline, a walkthrough of the palace followed before we decided it was probably time to find out where we were going the next day.
MELTDOWN #1... (Shaylee)
Nothing booked and the idea of playing it by ear is probably Shaylees worst nightmare for those who do and don't know her. Sitting in a pub with ****** internet and finding just about everything is booked is the icing on the cake. 2 coffees, 4 beers, 3 hours numerous ...
... also received our official Pax Lodge pins. The girls participated in a badge activity and pinned our Huntington Beach patch on the map hanging on the dining room wall. The girls shared their swaps they made with our troops (wood surfboard pins) and we took some more photos. We jumped back on the bus and headed to the train station for our adventure on the Eurostar.
We grabbed lunch in the train ...
I fell in love with Paris. Everything about it. I was in love with this giant amazing beautiful city. I have never seen anything so amazing. The architecture, the statues, the buildings, the people, the food, the accents. It was all like magic. I don't know how they were able to make things so extravagant and intricate and detailed. But it is so easy to fall in love with it. Our first night in Paris was ...