Premiere Classe Rosny-sous-Bois
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... feel of Paris. It is a very serene city with architecture to match. It is autumn and the colours are beautiful , we have kept away from the full hum drum of the City and have enjoyed what we have seen very much. Arrived back at apartment gave dinner a miss just a cup of tea and a pastry and early night. Tomorrow we join the cruise for the first leg of our organised trip. Weather is crisp ,perfect for walking ...
After getting up early we set off at 8.00 to catch the metro to Gare St Lazare where we would catch the train to Vernon. This time when we got there we discovered that we would have a two hour wait to get the next train. Very annoying considering we had left early to hopefully avoid the crowds. We strolled around the opera district for a little while and then went to wait at the station for our train. Finally on our way we watched ...
... and to another of Hemingway's places- but it was no longer there! The place he had above the sawmill mentioned many times in A Moveable Feast. Lunch was a salmon- spinach quiche and a cheddar pickle sandwich which we shared, and Aqua minerals. More shopping and meandering until we hopped the metro back to our place, hitting the market for cheese, bread, tomatoes, meat and wine. Now feet up- I will try to figure out why half my photo's are ...
... to (fires and collapses) over the centuries. it was out of our way but one of those must do things if you are in the area. it was started in the 700's. Can you imagine dragging that massive stone up? The beautiful cathedral being located all the was at the top. A feat of masonry engineering has to see to believe. To add icing to it all was cloister garden next to the church with the heavens ...
... sun hits. Every brand name you could think of tries to get a flagship store here....even McDonald's. We then walked to the Arch de Triumph and paid to climb to the top. This gave a really great view of the city. The round a bout that it is situated in the middle of is also the most dangerous round a bout in the world. There weren't lines and it seemed that there were also no road rules. This is the only place in Paris where the road rules change ...