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... saw where Marie Antoinette lived and the timber and stone farm house where the farmers lived who grew the food for the king and his family. This was a gorgeous area and beautifully set out and well kept. We followed the old moat around the outskirts of the castle and held our breaths while Nat decided to explore down a deserted tunnel. He is fascinated by all the underground tunnels over France. Unfortunately though, not content just to know they exist, he wants to see down them!!! ...
... in this case). While I am only speaking in very simple sentences, so far everyone is understanding me. Feeling proud.
My impressions so far. We only saw a tiny bit of Paris so I am taking that into account when I say so far I'm not impressed. The area we were in just looks like New York with French people in it. Love NYC and big cities but what I'm after here is old-world culture and style. I'm sure we will find that tomorrow and I will fall in love with it.
... no wifi and no numbers to call. We stood around waiting for a little while when someone finally walked out of the door where we needed to get the key from. We asked her if she knew of the place where we were meant to pick the key up from- she said she hadn't, and people had asked her about that before.... We started stressing a little more. She let us inside and Sam ran up and down the flight of stairs looking for the door to pick a key up ...
Currently flying over the Alps on our way to Rome! Time to catch up on the blog. On our third day we woke up early and went to the very top of the Eiffel Tower! I bought our tickets 3 months ago so no lines to wait in (which were immense) and special pass to the very top where only preordered tickets could go! It was spectacular to have 360 degree views of all of Paris. I was pretty scared on the elevator ride up, but going down was fine. We ...
I thought I was in shape, I guess not. Today was the hardest walk I ever did . It was up hill most of the way and let me tell you I've skied smaller hills. I had to stop every few meters just to try and breath it was really difficult. We were all having problems. Then when we only had about one hour left to walk it started to rain, torrential rain, then hail then more rain. By this time we realized that what goes up must come down. So our walk down was as steep as the walk ...