Premiere Classe Conflans Ste Honorine
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Such a beaufitul town. Not nearly as small as I fist thought when I was comparing it with Paris. Quite large and the people are so friendly. I will visit conflans again.
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... which was first built for the village by Ric*************heart. It is a lovely village, and the reflections on the river are superb. We have to board by 11.45am, as the boat is headed to Conflans. An afternoon on board, yay! There is a pastry demonstration at 4pm, making Paris-Brest. Spend some nice quiet time in the back lounge watching the scenery, reading and chatting. At 6pm, ...
... Years Parade. We joined an immense crowd of well-wishers who'd come to partake of the day's festivities. It was a 3-hour explosion of pageantry and color. As an interesting twist, the parade concluded with the appearance of Confucius.
We'd heard of an area of the city which was off tourist radar, yet held some wonderful surprises, the highlight of which was the public park at its heart. This park ...
... people everywhere. Ventured in after a few happy snaps and got straight in. Weaved our way to our seats and squashed in like sardines but was incredible. The bubbles flowed all night and the show was much more than I ever imagined. FANTASTIC. I'd forgot that the girls are pretty much topless throughout and had to laugh as they first came on stage, the excited sigh from Bruce was funny. It was their 100 or 150 birthday and the show ...
... top of the museum. We waited for an hour to see the tower first light up against the night sky, then sparkle, which was pretty magical. We the walked over to the Arc Du Triomph, and took a night stroll down the Champs Élysées - where the streets were overflowing with burkas and oil-rich money. Again, the tourists messed up the beautiful sights, and we made our way home, past the Egyptian Obelisk, and through the now quietening midnight Parisian streets! What a ...
... Rob and I did head out for some groceries, as we were uncertain about what would be open on Sunday, Bastille Day. The evening was just starting to cool off as we trundled home with enough food and much needed pink wine to sustain us for at least another day.
It is our hope to meet up with Monica, Luke and Pascale (our friends that have been living in Florence for the last couple of years) on Sunday as they have just arrived in Paris. ...