Novotel Fontainebleau Ury
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Today we leave Paris for the last time.. It has been a lovely unexpected visit. When I left Australia on 7th August a trip to France was not on the agenda. I was in the US when I received an email from Charlie to say it was on the agenda. I never imagined just how beautiful a city it is. So many ancient buildings set along the Seine River with hundreds of bridges (all different) crossing the river. Instead of dividing the city, the River Seine connects both sides ...
... out my French and ordered a Nutella eclair. OMG can the French make an eclair. There was at least a half a jar of Nutella in it.
After our sugar rush we headed into Paris. Got lost getting off the train but ended up in Scott's version of heaven. A three-story combo of Best Buy, Future Shop, The Apple Store & Chapters. Eventually found our way into the Montmartre area and we found the restaurant Yann recommended for our dinner. After not sleeping for almost 24 hours we ...
... didn't seem like anything special, but once we entered we could see it was. The ceiling was gorgeous, painted navy blue with gold stars decorating it. After researching it, we discovered it was the oldest church in all of Paris from the 1500's! I did not take any pictures of it. I had an odd,feeling about doing so. Our next church was Saint Sulpice that has the Rose Line running through it just ...
... the Place Charles de Gaulle. The gendarme stopped the traffic as we marched, did a left wheel, did a right wheel and then marched all the way to the Arc. We then did another right wheel, a counter march and then we were in position. Oh and all the while we were playing the Canberra March. It was extraordinary. I think we were all a bit nervous (and I was very nervous) as we knew how important this ceremony is. Once there the French and German ...
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