Royal Hotel Paris Champs Elysees
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... br> and then back to our hotel via the Tuileries Garden.
Our pedometer was ecstatic at what we'd clocked up - and we were tired and happy, having reacquainted ourselves with this lovely city.
On Saturday, we took the train and bus to Giverny to visit Monet's house and garden. Giverny is a pretty little village about 10 minutes from where the train stops at Vernon; the locals have the logistics for the tourists all well organised and we were ...
... to go to the Louvre.
I decided I wanted a rest and to get my journal up to date. I know it is silly, but I think what's the use of seeing things and then not remembering them down the track.
While writing this up I am looking out on the canal outside my window and really like checking out the different types of craft using it. Each occasion a craft wants to pass into the next section of canal the drawbridge has to ...
... do after Paris.
The last couple of days in Paris I didn't end up doing too much, went to centre Pompidou, and also wandered down Champs Elysee. I did end up being a bit sick Thursday and Friday with a mild fever, so I ended up staying in bed a lot and only going out for a few hours for food and a bit of sight seeing. Feeling pretty much normal now while I'm in Brugge though.
... and my mind felt weak and unable to focus, at the top of the tower the freezing winds did wake me up a bit, the views were phenomenal enough to sidetrack my self sorrow and they were the type of views, much like the Grand Canyon, that have to be seen with your own eyes, no photos came close to showing the entirety of the beauty on offer. The following morning I woke up feeling very sick but determined to get to Musee D'Orsay and view some of Claude Monet's works along with the ...
... Saturday, so Mommy and Daddy had "date night" later that evening and went out for drinks and dinner without the kids - awesome!
It was raining the next morning, and frankly we were all still feeling a little lazy - so we caught up on some more math, reading, and journaling. After a late breakfast, the skies began to clear up so we put on our walking shoes and trekked over to the glamorous Boulevard des Champs-Élysées - a must-see during ...