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... have just come back from having a few beers and a meal. The girls have brought some really nice fresh fruit from one of the many stalls in the area. The difference between our fruit and vege's and theirs, is theirs has a really nice smell about it. Like it is freshly picked.
We it has been a very long day to day, and bed cannot come too soon.
... and only a short walk, and easy even with luggage in tow. We forgot how huge the station is though (apparently the 3rd largest in the world) and found it hard to work out our exit, so we decided to walk outside and around the station, fortunately we went the right way and were soon at the main entrance. A few minutes later we stood at the B&B buildings big green doors, entered in the security code and WALA, we were in to the courtyard area- feeling good to ...
... the accordion in the background and the cafe like decor created greater atmosphere. As it was the " farewell" dinner for the tour we all took lots of photos and said our thank yous to Giovanni and to Steve. The group was then taken on a trip around the middle of town to see the lights of Paris. It was stunning and we were pinching ourselves that we were actually there. The highlight was the Eiffel Tower. It looked so ...
... French revolution). While we were there we also visited a smaller palace, built for/by (I'll have to check my facts here) Marie-Antoinette. These places are much smaller & the Queen had a much greater involvement in the design & decoration of this place. This palace was also a much more relaxed place where the women & children could have fun, roam & play around the extensive gardens, splash in t he pools, ride ...
... where there is a wall inscribed with the names and dates of every deportee. There were some 76,000 jews deported from France in WW2 and most perished in camp, enroute, or in the death camps of Poland/Germany. The display was historical with explanation of early antisemitism and then concentrating on the people and their experiences including the jewish resistance members. All in all a strong reminder and with little overt ...