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... s'envolent et on gele!
Apres cette "epreuve", on se dirige vers St-Germian des Pres pour y voir la plus vieille eglise de Paris et aussi l'eglise St-Sulpice, puis on rentre dans un resto pour se rechauffer avec de la cuisine alsacienne. Une bonne biere avec une Flammekueche avant de rentrer faire nos valise et se preparer pour prendre l'avion demain matin!
... were hundreds of shell casings that had been dug up
from the garden. Rows upon rows of shells, and more keep getting unearthed all
the time. At the A.I.F. memorial we paused to view the statue of the Aussie
digger. All looked fine until our guide went on to tell us, that the statue had
been tampered with by the Germans in WWII. This monument originally had the
digger standing over a German eagle, stabbing it with ...
... Upon closer inspection it was actually incredibly massive and the brown started to grow on me a lot. It was a very graceful monument and we were all quite excited to climb it!
We approached the line and it was massive, hundred of people waiting to climb it, and only 1 of the 4 lifts was working! We looked at the line to climb the stairs and there wasn’t one, so the stairs it was! We powered up 700+ ...
... cool drinks before we head to Sacre Coeur. This time we order cafe glacé avec lait (with milk). This is better, still black coffee with ice cubes and a dash of milk. Bruce and I lead Lou and Hugh past the Hotel de Ville and the Pompidou centre, then we catch the metro to Anvers, the base of the Butt Montmartre where Sacre Coeur sits. We walk up a narrow cobbled street where once people like Toulous Lautrec and Vincent Van Gogh lived and painted. Now these ...
... own thing for 4 1/2 hours. Some like us walked around Paris, had lunch and some went to the Louvre. We strolled down along the bank of the Seine, came up at Alexander bridge and went down the street to see the Petite Palace which turned out to be free. It was beautiful and then we went up the Champs Elysee to find a place for lunch. We had the two course lunch with wine and beer at Le Rond Point just off the ...