Premiere Classe Cergy Saint Christophe
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... line outside the pyramid to purchase tickets was huge. Luckily with our pass we were able to take the priority line which at the time we entered has zero people in it. Really, a line of around 1000 people waiting to get in to buy tickets and all we needed was to have purchased our tickets in advance to skip all that? Jackpot! We descended into the lower level of the pyramid, walked over to the entrance of the Denon wing, showed our tickets and in ...
Today was our full day of Versailles! There were seven of us on our tour with a lovely Parisian named Laura. It was about an hour drive(with traffic). In the morning we toured the main palace, including the original hunting lodge portion, and some of the gardens. The Hall of Mirrors was amazing, but so was the whole palace! So much opulence!! We had a lovely lunch near ...
CITY DAY - Paris
Ros feeling no better so I took the excursion to Montmartre to see the artists in residence and take on the stories of where Rembrandt and Picasso worked etc.Lots of little souvenir shops and lots of people.
Ros was asleep in bed when I returned so when she woke we used up some of the soup and dry biscuits we bought at the supermarket and had them in the room for lunch. I couldn't have eaten a ...
... cooked in shiraz and porcini mushrooms, mashed spud, green beans magnum of Cote Rotie Cheese to follow Apple crumble to finish which Steph had made. Everÿone left around midnight which was great! Up not too early on Sunday and Steph around to come for a run with us. She is a recent jogger, having taken it up for a charity breast cancer run. Off down to parc Monceau we went. Good run and feeling good. Just a ...
... of her sons was absolutely terrified of either heights or lifts. He had his eyes shut the whole time and was stiff almost paralyzed with fear. When we got onto the second floor the view was insane! Paris is HUGE! The surrounding city goes out for longer than the bare eye can see.
We have some “Sommit” tickets, which entitles us a ride all the way to the tippy top! We don’t waste our time on the second floor peasants and head ourselves up to the glory of ...