Residence Du Parc Montevrain
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The bell ringing starts half an hour later in Avignon than in Aix-en-Provence. Then you start to hear the opening of window shutters as they are unlatched and concertinered (is this a word?) back into the casings. Within the walls of Avignon there are 8 churches and here goes the third one playing quite a nice tune which I don't recognise. Clearly the bell ringers are not on digital time if you had to catch a train you could not rely on the church bells. We had a few hours ...
... was really hot). Then on to see the Notre Dame Cathedral. This church is so beautiful. We did not go in today as the lines were long and our legs getting tired. A stop for dinner and then back on the boat. (Oops, i forgot to tell you that Cam's tooth fell out over dinner). We were headed to the Eiffel Tower to see the night lights sparkle. It was just so magical! Metro train home, showers and into ...
... nearly missed the landing because they were asleep and could not wake up! We even had Rachel at the window seat.
As we stepped off the plane into the tunnel, Isabel gave Paris a welcome that only she can do, and vomited in the tunnel. We were only 3 steps off the plane. Look out Paris, Isabel has arrived.
The taxi ride into Paris was horrendous. If you think Sydney has peak hour traffic, it has nothing on Paris. And they are ...
... in progress that they stopped to observe so Jared & I got to give our poor, blistered feet a rest.
It was on to more food stops after that. First was Pierre Herme - the ruling king of macarons. His macarons are toothsome, creative flavours & brightly colored & his pastries are works of art. When you buy one - the clerk picks everything up individuallly with tongs & places it carefully on a wooden board until you are done ordering. Your items are ...
... on the plane. Scooter battery dying again from the plane to baggage reclaim. I'm starting to get discouraged but Charles is so supportive that I can't stay miserable. My legs have stiffened and I can't stand even if I wanted to...which I did want to cuz I had to pee. But thanks to handicap accessible London, there are great handicp bathrooms where I receivedtop of line care from my husband. Got to baggage reclaim in time to pull off and charge the stupid battery again. My ...