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PARIS : The Notre Dame - 9th August

The wheels on the bus go round and round....

Back on the Bus today.
First stop the Gallerie Lafayette, one of the largest Dept stores in the world, and also very expensive.

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The view from the roof-top overlooking Paris -
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Back on the bus to the Notre Dame -

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And more scenery - it's all about being a Tourist today.

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The Seine :
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The Canberra - on the Seine, a long way from home.

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Our last night in Paris, which is also our Wedding Anniversary.
What better way to celebrate - Dinner in Paris and a walk along the Seine, with the Eiffel Tower in the background.
We dined at La Fermetta Marbeuf - traditional and delicious French food.

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We walked back home along the Champs Eleysee, beautiful at night.

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Farewell Paris, tomorrow we leave for Venice.

Posted by MKaye 00:06 Archived in France

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All your photos have been so good mum, you certainly have a knack for this! You should be very proud xx

by Seon Klintberg

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