Melia Paris Champs Elysees
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... back to the hotel. At the hotel emotions were mixed as we farewelled each other knowing that only 10 of us were returning to London the next day. We loved Paris and found it a relatively easy place to get around as well as being hugely scenic with many attractions. For us it had quite a different feel to Rome and was far more appealing. Maybe it was the fact that we got to do so many of the things we have only ever dreamed about and ...
- This morning we bid a sad farewell to our tour family. Amazing how relationships are built in a relatively short space of time. We headed out early to visit the Louvre, knowing we could only see a portion of it. These places are so huges that you end up virtually paralyzed, taken aback by the amount of art and unable to process everything you are seeing.
- We moved ourselves to a tiny garret apartment ...
... and design. I can't even express it in words. Or driving and seeing the Eiffel Tower in the distance. I just gives you the butterflies, because as a movie FREAK and someone who's seen so many movies, being in Paris is like being in a movie set. I drove on the very bridge that Diana Keaton and Jack Nicholson kissed. Things like that make me so happy.
When we arrives at the college. It was surprising, because it's very small. I ...
Just gorgeous ....especially when we read that Canberra just had its coldest morning for 20 years.
Ah well. No such thing as bad weather...just the wrong clothes
... closed on Mondays. I could swear that I checked them out and believed they closed on Tuesdays, ah well c'est la vie baby.
The pictures I took may not convey the enormous size and total opulence of the Dome of Des Invalides and the stunning open tomb that was created under the dome to house the body of Napoleon Bonaparte. Les Invalides was a hospital and retirement home built by Louis XIV (Who built Versailles) for about 4000 old ...