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We had to leave Italy and fly back into Paris to catch our flight back to Canada on for December 12 so we decided to make the trip from Rome to Paris on December 10 to allow a few final days to shop before heading home.
Paris seemed so much more festive then from when we were last there. Snow on the ground, Christmas lights beaming on the …
... drunkenly incoherent in an english so approximate, it's comically abstract. "When you open above... objects may... fallthankyou." The landing at Orly is so smooth, it actually takes me by surprise, wheels touching down when i assumed we were still minutes away. A single child or mentally deficient person claps as if the pilot just made a spectacular water-landing... for well on fifteen seconds, as people crane their necks over their seats to ascertain if the ...
... strollers, bags or on foot with fancy attire LOL.
We ducked our way through the crowds enjoying Saturday night dining and made our way to the Notre Dame just as the sun was getting low, perfect for photos. Saturday is the only late night for climbing up the tower and I was really looking forward to trying some artistic photography. When we rounded the last corner I was so disappointed to see a hand written sign up saying closing at 9:30 tonight, and it was ...
... top. The Chateau has several restored horse drawn coaches all looking splendid and fit for a King. The coaches had wishbone suspension at the front and rear so the ride should have been pretty comfortable. I guess examining coaches like these is how the car manufacturers learnt about suspension. After the Chateau we headed for the town of Chartres which hosts the second largest cathedral in France (Notre Dame in Paris is the ...
... to lag behind and walk Her Own Way.
Off we go. When we finally meet civilization hours later, we purchase chicken, pesto, and tomato filled foot long, well stuffed baguettes and numerous icy cold drinks, and lie down canal side in the shaded tall grasses to picnic ( in all honestly, "picnic" is a genteel term for the inhaling of grub that was happening at that time!)
Digression 2: Michael has inhaled his sandwich and most of mine in record time and is foraging for ...
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