Premiere Classe St Ouen L'aumone
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... through the old town and found the place where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake and the church built to honor her! Then we found a cafe and had a beer! We wanted to order dinner but they did not sell food until 7 pm. Europeans eat much later than us!! So we had another beer while waiting! We did enjoy all the people walking by and there was a huge marketplace set up -- enjoyed looking at that too! After dinner, we strolled back to our hotel and ...
... 9 and caught the train to the Palace of Versailles. This was the place Jessie had wanted to go to
since we started planning our trip, and it did not disappoint! It was so
amazing, and such a fun place to walk around (especially because…you guessed it…we
got in free)! We also got little voice recorder boxes that explained each room
as we walked in, so that was very neat.
After the Palace, we went to Notre Dame, ...
... came by and tried to hand one to us. We said no and shook our heads, but he shoved it in my hand. Then asked for money. We kept saying no, but he'd have none of it. Eventually, to get him off our backs, David went digging for some change. As he was doing that, the man shoved another rose in my hand and, when David paid him, he asked for double for the second rose. We politely told him what he could do with his second rose and finally he left us ...
... in was so long that we went home.
The day was sunny and cloudless earlier, but it was raining in our neighbourhood when we got there,
Well, back The Fred Hotel to read my book.
Where dinner be? I wonder!
Here is a question from yesterday- Name a composition by Rossini.
All the best Chuck
... we returned for the luxury tour of the Eiffel Tower, to enjoy a lovely 4 hour dinner at Jules Verne restaurant, located above the 2nd platform of the tower, over 400 feet above the ground. The restaurant is run by celebrity chef, Alain Ducaisse, so the food is excellent, and the view is even better. It is another “must do” for visitors to Paris. We watched the sun set, and the lights come on, as well as two of the hourly light shows at the Eiffel Tower, all ...