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While we didn't visit many of Paris’ must-sees during our visit (There is too much to see!!), we did eat the best falafel ever in the Jewish Quarter, mastered the Paris Metro, had picnics in parks throughout Paris, saw 2 amazing fireworks shows, ate our fair share of street crepes, took a Siene river cruise, visited markets (Thanks Rossie for all the books & recommendations!) and parks and much much more! Here are some highlights of our ...
... went to Pompeii and Mt. Vesuvius. We took a guided tour through Pompeii which was a good move on our part because Pompeii just looks like a lot of old rocks and parts of buildings if you aren't told what you're looking at. That evening we bused it back to Florence and I returned to Marseille early the next day. Italy was overall amazing and it was so nice to see my friend Katrina for the first time in over a year!
Less than 24 hours after I returned from Italy, I left for my ...
... the train travelling from Paris to Poitier where we will be met by Kym's cousin Joan with whom we will stay the night. Joan is then driving us the 6 hours to St Jean, staying the night before she heads home again. I am sure we will all have a merry night with a good meal. So, goodnight one and all. Tomorrow is another adventure as we make our way to the village of St Jean Pied de Port, our departure point on Monday for the big ...
... needs to experience this. We then walk down the garden towards the Champs Élysées and when we hit the long street with the Arc towering at the end, we take a metro to another section. We go to Madeline for some shopping. We of course hit up the Hediard and pick up some jams, mustards and cookies. Then we go to Printemps. Now the unfortunate thing here is that we were tired, we got to Paris at nine in the morning and hit the ground running. So we didn't really ...
... come we will come on a fountain day. We took in the gardens for an hour or so, then were ready to escape the masses (including a very vocal Italian tour group that surrounded us while we were eating our picnic lunch and proceeded to argue very loudly with each other) and get back to Paris. Rick's book recommended leaving 5-6 hours for Versailles and we were ready to leave after 3. In fairness to Versailles, we did see it after 14 days straight of sightseeing and ...
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