Quality Hotel Golf Rosny Sous Bois
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Today was up early and off for a very big day on day tour of the Battlefields of the Somme. After joining several other Aussie and French driver and English guide we set out for long drive North of Paris. To describe this day one would have to say it was an amazing experience to be where World War 1 was fought and won with the Australians playing such a big part in the result. We have all read and learnt heaps about the war and we have always respected those who were ...
... change from ugly tenement buildings and graffiti covered walls, to green fields and little towns on canals. Arriving at Vernon we jumped aboard a shuttle which winded its way through the picturesque town of Vernon and then took us to Monet's house and gardens at Giverny. The crowds weren't too bad and since we had reserved tickets we were able to go straight into the gardens including the famous lily ponds where Monet painted ...
... to give them a minimum amount of money, and they tell them that you have a legal obligation to pay.
We meet our guide. His name is Xavier and he comes from Brittany. He gives us a bit of history of the Louvre. It was originally built as a fortress. It was progressively enlarged, and eventually became the royal palace. French kings lived here until Louis XIV moved the palace to Versailles. The glass pyramid, which now forms the entrance and dominates ...
The day started out OK temperature wise but slowly got hotter. We braved the metro again (very easy to navigate but the STAIRS! Man oh man, we've completed back-to-back step classes!). First stop Arc de Triomphe. The best part was the great photos we took because it was so sunny. Then a long walk down the Champs Élysées; a cold beer & a shared pizza at one of the cafes along the way, ...
... if you hit another car you only pay for your damage as it is deemed no ones fault...the traffic is that crazy. From there, we took the metro back to the Lourve and finally found the entrance. I bet we must have walked past it which was really frustrating. We went to Notre Dame Cathedral and had a look around. There was a bread festival happening out the front and we had a fantastic lunch of pizza and chocolate croissants. We then caught the metro ...