Travel Blogs from Paris
... the labyrinth of crypts and tombstones where more than 1,000,000 people have been laid to rest, including, Oscar Wilde, Edith Piaf, Frédéric Chopin and of course, Jim Morisson.
A metro ride back to our hotel and dinner at our restaurant as we now prepare ourselves to embark on a new destination, saying, "Bonne nuit et adieu Paris......until we meet again!"
Bonne nuit Beaumont!
We started our day by heading.out and grabbing a chocolate crossaint each and we shared a lemon macaron (Ant ordered lemon since citron was the only one he coukd pronounce). Both were amazingly good. We then went to find some takeaway coffee. We got chared 4 euros for a miniscule coffee, maybe there is a surcharge for not speaking French? Then we headed to the Lourve. We ...
... came as Mum and Dad were going out to dinner to a nice restaurant. The babysitter was called Delphine and she taught us French. Gourmet food tour with Paris by mouth by samantha I had the day to myself and decided to spend my time exploring the food of Paris. I had chosen this tour as it was small and their guides were very experienced. The guide Jennifer has a blog where she is attempting to taste and review every cheese in France of which there ...
... ensured the success of the Norman invasion in England. We went on to see the windmill .... It was time for us to pack up our things, say goodbye to Bayeux and take the train to Paris. We were sad to leave. We had a fabulous time in huge sweet town of Bayeux. We arrived in Paris around 7:00 pm. I waited in line at the train station to reserve our train seats to Luzern, Switzerland tomorrow. It took a bit of time and I was glad when we we're all set with tickets in hand. We bought ...
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