Premiere Classe Saint Witz
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... it!!!! We explore the Saint Germaine quarter and Montmartre. We take the funicular and to the Sacré-Cœur Basilica and stroll through the craziness of its surrounding streets. We then head to Pont Neuf on the river Siene. When I was here 18 months ago I put a lock on this bridge for David and I. I put it in a place where there weren't many others amazingly I find it straight away?..can't believe it's still there......very happy. We then jump on a boat and cruise ...
... decided to walk around and heard lots of police sirens and shouting so we had to find out what was going on. Across the Seine, there were hundreds of Parisians carrying flags and protesting something. If only I had completed my Rosetta Stone French lessons I might have been able to figure out what they were protesting. Finally called it a night and was excited to be heading out the next day for a tour of Luxembourg and Trier, Germany with the final destination being our cruise ...
... main amphitheatre section in the middle. We met up again and decided on one last stroll through the laneways of the Latin Quarter which was a blessing because I found my favourite wire artist I met the last time I was here! I went to town, there are goodies for a few people, and he made us rings for free in gratitude once he found out we were Aussies. He smashed them both out in a couple of seconds, twisting the metal with such skill and speed that it impressed me even more. That ...
... very good. Yesterday an accordion player was in our carriage. Ashleigh was amazed when he started playing 'yellow pooka dot bikini'.
If London is the city for cyclists then Paris is the city for motorcycles. Weaving in and out of the traffic.
We change hotels tomorrow ready for our tour to start on Tuesday.
Mikaela managed to access the internet at a food court and saw that Souths won the grandfinal. Sorry Uncle Keith!
... tour of course) was the small boutique hotel that Bürstner reserved for us. We had the Mozart room - decorated with classical instruments and Mozart's music. Stunning. We dined at a lovely French restaurant (not much choice in this small town) and enjoyed wonderful seafood French style. Because Kehl is just a few kilometres across the French border, there's a heavy French influence.