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Travel Blogs from Noisy-le-Grand
... of tourists, and so lots of beggars. We have been warned about the ones who drop a ring near you, then pick it up and give it to you, then ask for money for it. Also girls with a clipboard, supposedly doing a survey, who get you to sign it and say you owe €€€s for what you have signed. They are all very persistent and a camera is like a neon light to them. We also found the Paris Apple Store, so Kevin was able to buy a connector to download photos from his ...
... We have included a video with some of the music.
After a quick lunch, we went to the train station to buy tickets to go to Giverny, where Claude Monet lived. Unfortunately there wasn't a train that would get us there on time, so we had to postpone it for another time.
Instead, we went to the Eiffel Tower. This took the rest ...
... with the tour information giving explanation of the sites. There were no sockets left for me so I just used the map I had to identify the sites. With the rain and the foggy windows, I gave up trying to photograph anything. After this bus arrived back at Notre Dame, the sun had returned. It was casting a refreshing glow over the building. I didn't photograph that either because the digger and workmen smashing concrete in the forecourt were not a feature worth recalling. I caught ...
... get a good shot of the Eiffel Tower (because the other 50 pictures of it aren't quite the right angle. LOL)
Once that was accomplished, we caught a train to the Christmas markets over on Champs Élysées. Lots of vendors hawking food, trinkets and such but it was a BEAUTIFUL day and American Christmas carols (very bizarre) were playing over loud speakers and it was so much fun to just wander around. I had my first ever crepe Suzette filled ...
... in the movie "now you see me". There are 1000's of locks of all shapes and and sizes that lovers afix to the bridge. Their love never to be broken. Day 4: Caught the train to Nice, and explored from Cannes to Anitbes to Juan Les Pins to Monaco. WayToo much wealth there. The riviera is beautiful though. The weather has been lovely. Warm but not hot. Day 5: From Nice we drove toward Grasse after stopping in Vence to pay ...
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