Premiere Classe Villejust Courtaboeuf
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Once we all were awake and ready to go we set out at about 2 pm. So a nice and early start. We took the metro to just outside the Gardin des Tuilleries and walked through that until we got to the Louvre. We got to see the sheer size of the museum from the outside. We will go in on Friday. We walked through some archways and made our way out to the Seine and crossed over to the ile de la citi. We walked our way along and found Notre Dame Cathedral. ...
Up at 6.45am for breakfast and 8.15 departure. The bus trip was about 45 minutes with 10 mins with the driver being lost. The golf course was cut out of natural, lush green forest and was really beautiful. Stark contrast to yesterday. The people were welcoming, friendly and helpful and the clubhouse, while a little tired in some areas, was lovely. There was a lady in ...
... straight in with our host and I imagine quite a few choice words. We were not sure why our guide was rushing us so much to get to the Hall Of Mirrors, but we soon found out why. When we first entered this amazing hall, we had it to ourselves, which I dont think too many people can say they have done? Within 15 minutes the hall was filling up and another ten minutes there would have been well over 150 people in it. Walking ...
... our purchases and pack our bags. We'll tidy up the apartment and make sure we don't forget any socks under the bed. We'll watch a little more France 24 and BBC, and we'll catch a glimpse of the little girl by the fountain. We'll try to get some sleep, but fail miserably because the bar on the corner is still going strong somewhere around 3 am, and so 5 am will come WAY too quickly.
After all, tomorrow we are going home.
... but the the line is all gone because now the dome is closed. We can still see people mingling with gargoyles up on the balcony but we missed it by two minutes. Funny thing, though, because just as dusk is setting in and the sun is lowering, we realize that the SUN IS LOWERING, and the sky is blue with just a few clouds and maybe a vapor trail or two. We head back around Notre Dame, taking all the same pictures, but ...