Premiere Classe Roissy
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... very special.
On our last full day in Paris we jumped on the bus to cross town and see more of Paris' famous monuments. The weather was just right for some more walking and exploring. The Eiffel Tower is an amazing site, as are the tour buses encircling it letting off hundreds and hundreds of tourists. But we found a way to lose the crowds for an ...
... or two. The lock bridge was really cool. The girls had tiny locks and Fred and I bought a hand painted lock from a street vendor. We wrote our names and the date on the locks and then locked them onto the fence. There must have been a million locks on the bridge; all different types, sizes and colors. Fun thing to do! The long line at the Louvre was not an issue since I ...
... golden arches; instead it must be silver in order to not disrupt the exclusive street.
More walking saw us at the Eglise De La Madeleine, surrounded by 52 pillars, all-representing one week of the year. On entry, this church left you speechless. The carvings and sculptures along with artwork that was stained on the walls depicted added to this beautifully constructed
The Muse De Opera, that was the birthing place of ...
Trains are the travel of the future. Fast, civilized, most of them run on electricity, even freight trains…I guess you just have to be
there to understand.
Paris is the #1 city for dog ****. With everything else going for it, this is
the fly in the ointment. Yes I can step
around it and I do. (Update: I stepped in it. Big huge pile while filming the boat going through the canal. F'ing French.) I ...