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We took a couple of Metro lines to get to a giant train station at the edge of downtown. Between the trains and the Metro, millions of people move about the city and region everyday. It was almost simple for these two illiterate Americans to put together two subways, one train and a bus ride to get to Giverny, about an hour outside of Paris. And it only took us about an hour! Charlene wanted to make a visit/pilgrimage to Claude Monet's home and gardens in ...
... That was until she spotted our platform and heard the sound of our train just seconds from departure and fearing we would miss one of the last trains for the night Shani made us run!!! Now I was awake! Fumbling through our bags to find a valid train ticket we earned a sympathy vote from a kind young traveller who once passing through the ticket gates and seeing the look of panic on our faces behind him turned around and kindly handed his train pass through ...
... to beat the crowds to see the Bastille fireworks from the top of the hill, turned out to be a waste of time, didn't see anymore than a couple of sparks so headed back to the trusty Irish bar where we proceeded to spend the rest of the evening singing and dancing. Great night, made it home for a decent sleep (unlike half a dozen of our group who made it home in time for breakfast). Au revoir Paris, we have enjoyed your romantic and relaxing ...
Today we left the the studio early and headed out through Les Beaux Passages to the Louvre. Stretching 700 m. along the Seine,it's estimated it would take nine months just to glance at every artwork in the world's largest museum. Constructed as a fortress by Philippe-Auguste in the early 13th century,the Palais du Louvre was rebuilt in the mid16th century as a royal residence; And in 1793 the Revolutionary Convention turned it into France's first national museum. We lined up ...
... on the rue!! And with that waved me out of his restaurant What was really confusing to me was the address 80 rue de ville hotel, now if you are up on your French you would know that rue is road, unfortunately I went looking for the actual hotel de ville. I saw a sign on the wall of this building that looked liked a hotel which turned out to be a restaurant out the front with seating inside and out, From the few occasions ...