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... being a selfish Mum!
Plane was late boarding and then we didn't take off for ages. 1.5 hours late leaving.
Sat down in my aisle seat and waited for the person to down sit beside me! There was no one. As the hostess said, it is my lucky day. Only 1 empty seat on the plane and it was beside Me!! Yippee. So happy.
Arrived in Abu Dhabi and everything went down hill from there. For some incredibly crazy reason they decided to hold 300 odd people already ...
... someone to invent an app where we could include, sounds, smells, tastes and the feel of walking in the sunshine. These make up such an important part of the experiences and the memories.
After resting, checking email etc we headed off to revisit Les Jardins Des Tuileries (Tuileries Gardens) which run from the Louvre up to Place de la Concorde, where the guillotine was used! How delightful! It was a perfect ...
... that looks into the courtyard of the apartment complex that we're in. The owners had left us a bottle of red, so I've uncorked it in a huge wine glass and sitting here typing my first blog entry in Paris.
As you can see from the pictures, my head is getting a little sore - I've probably hit it four or five times because I forget to duck. Jamie's been fine - she has lots of clearance. I guess the plan is that we'll head out ...
... Clan and ended up going out for some Italian food in Les Halles.
The next day we headed out to Ile de la Cite and Saint Chapelle after which we walked through the Louvre as the sun was setting.We eventually found our way back to Les Halles area for some Moules and Frites!! (Mussels and Fries!) and dropped by the Meeneys to say farewell.
We made our way out to Verseilles the next day for ...
On Monday we walk to the Museum of the Middle Ages at the Cluny Abbey in St Germain. Cath stops and buys some macaroons along the way. The museum tends to focus on the late Middle Ages and with the nobility and church. There is almost nothing about the peasantry. That was a question I pondered as we visited the chateaus in the Loire. How did the common folk who did all the work on these estates live? I'm still none ...