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i'm sorry it wasn't a good choice, i was disappointed
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My third travel was the first time i crossed the mediterranean sea to the european continent, me and my wife spent about 12 days in paris we took all the time to visit this amazing capital, i discover the underground, the eiffel tower, the champs élysées avenue... it was like a dream.
sometimes we were so quite that we didn't find words to …
... and rooms (ok more like shuffling along with the hoards of other tourists) and the manicured gardens. Ate my packed lunch, or as the French say, 'picnic' on the steps overlooking the stretch to the lake. It was so nice to move at my own pace :)
Leaving Versailles, I realised I could still fit the Lourve in particularly as it was open late that evening so made my way back into Paris. I'm not a huge fan of museums - sometimes it feels as ...
... been reading. Also of note, we spent a wonderful month in Montreal at Monica and Luke’s apartment four summers ago. Since then they have spent most of their time living in Florence Italy and like us are visiting Paris on vacation.
It has been three years since our girls and Pascale had seen each other face to face (a large percentage of their young lives!) but they certainly fall in quickly together and have a great time chatting. We ...
... in awe. What looks so much smaller in pictures, was now so grand in person. Crowds of people were already lined up for the chance to go up the Tower. We had to do it! We opted to take the stairs- cheaper, a chance for a little exercise, and we thought the shorter line. Well, an hour later, we were finally beginning our ascent. Now, for me, the steps up were freaky, but definitely not an opportunity ...
... It was fabulous.
Throughout the gardens music of the period plays out of the trees and really sets the scene.
Then there was the Orangerie (a must I hear in all Royal palaces, I think I need one in Brookland's Drive) - I've included a photo which gives the idea of the scale of the place. In winter all these trees had to be brought inside to survive. No forklift in those days either. Wow.
So mum starts to tire after ...