La Villa Alessandra
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... these centuries later.
We walked up the Boulevard Saint Michel to the Luxembourg Gardens and had a good look at the gardens, pools and the palace. It was a gorgeous autumn day in Paris: blue skies, fluffy white clouds and the golden light peculiar to Paris which lights monuments and scrubbed-stone buildings with a cinematographic flamboyance. It’s as if reality has been Photoshopped; the contrast and brightness of everything ...
... as we were driving in were not good, and my second and third impressions haven't been much better. Dust, litter, cigarette butts, filthy buildings, jostling crowds with selfie-sticks more litter and more cigarette butts. But maybe I'm being unfair - the buildings are beautiful, the pastries are spectacular, the sidewalk crêpe vendors sell tasty hot rolls of deliciousness...but yeah, lots of dust.
When we were driving into the outskirts of ...
... tour and photo op. It was just beautiful. At lunch time we sampled the delicious Paris cheeses. In the afternoon we visited a very nice market place with the only Umbrella repair shop in the world. We saw the shops of some famous designers. We learned that on these beautiful streets, in the day, the lack of sanitation was such that you had to be very careful not to get hit from above by ...well...human waste let's say. In fact, the mayor of the day passed a law ...
... to Montematre. A beautiful suburb of Paris lined in cobble stone streets. We took some piccies outside of Moulin Rouge. Would have been amazing to go for dinner and a show but unfortunately we cannot afford it. Next trip :). Sacre Couer was on a hill top. A beautiful catholic (we think) church overlooking some gorgeous views of Paris. Inside was amazing and we had the pleasure of listening to a group of Nuns sing to us. A lot of people sat to pray and the rest of us ...
... Lily. So the kids get to ride twice.
Then to Aerosmith, another favourite and another baby switch.
It is lunchtime so we head to Disney world for lunch and a cup of tea. We recharge.
Then we head into Disneyland. We stop for photos.
We walk through the gates and Main Street and the castle appears in front of us.
Have I said how much I love this place!!
I feel so happy and grateful to be back here with the kids. There is one ...