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... but I found people to be pretty welcoming and friendly. Here's the trick about Paris - speak French. At least attempt. I found that if I started a conversation with "parlez-vous anglais" (do you speak English), people treated me with curt indifference. If, however, I started with "Bonjour" and attempted to stumble my way through ordering lunch, for example, in French, they were warm and friendly and helpful. The key is to make the attempt ...
... ever seen!! Medieval chateaus, castles and churches everywhere! And let us not forget the lovely white cows grazing in the verdant pastures!! Just visited a quaint medieval town that was just too cute for words!! Toured the magnificent and beautifully preserved 17th-century Chateau de Cormatin in Burgundy complete with surrounding moat (I want to put one around our house as soon as we get back) and spectacular gardens!! Discovered that nobility also had a "secret room." Maybe ...
... people beheaded in the square including Louis XIV/Louis XVI/Marie Antionette
- River Seine
> runs from Dijon to the English Channel
>8 meters deep at the deepest point
>30 bridges - Pont Neuf the oldest
>14th century built as a fortress
... courtyards across to 'lover's bridge' which holds thousands of love locks. Interestingly the panels are changed every 6 months so these people "locking their love away" don't have a lock to ever return to. The Norwegian turns to me and asks me to take a photo of her and her friend, Ganzer cuts in for the intercept, he's never moved so fast in his life, he grabs the camera to take the photo, thanks Ganz! Didn't want to take that photo of the two pretty Scandinavian girls ...
The destinations seemed to become more surreal as our time in Europe came to an end. First we went to Paris for four nights, followed by four nights at Disneyland.
Paris is an amazing city. Everywhere you look there is incredible architecture, delicious food, and wonderful little shops. Our first day in Paris was Andrew’s birthday. We spent the day at the Modern Art Museum in the Centre Pompidou. ...