Bonne Nuit Paris
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... visit to mona lisa and we bumped into another Tas family -even smaller world!
3 hours in the Musee de Louve and lunch in the grounds was certainly amazing but we are keen to escape the crowds in the galleries.
At night we walked from the louvre to the Eiffel tower to see the left bank and thedazzling light show of the Eiffel tower. As we walked we walked past open air theatre and cinema.
... and the over officious clerk. Looks like that man isn't traveling via Eurolines today! The clerk was on the phone to the 'police' when we moved on. Funny how you can change sides in an argument - at first I thought the customer was rude and was definitely out of order; but then I ended up feeling sorry for him!
So we were the first people to book in to our coach - but the 8th to board (pushy French). We left 15 minutes late as the bus waited for ...
I think all the hectic activity of the last five months has finally caught up, and we are both really tired. We had planned to go to the Louvre today, but it is closed on Tuesday, so we set out without any structure to our day and just roamed around.
We went to Beaugrenelle shopping mall near the Eiffel Tower, and it was nearly empty of shoppers. Plenty of shops though. We had coffee at Marks & Spencer, boring I know, then wandered back up to the Eiffel Tower. Terry had ...
... When we first arrived at the hotel the assigned room he had wasn't locking properly so the hotel changed his room without telling contiki or changing it on the check in sheet. In the morning he ended up sleeping through his alarm as he came in late around 7am after the taxing couldn't find our hotel he ended up catching the train at 6am. Unfortunately for him he is by himself no one realised until Scott was doing head count on the bus ready to leave. After searching numerous ...
... It's like the United Nations where there are different languages everywhere. People are amazed that we are from Aust.
The food is very expensive, but that is to be expected.
When we walked up to the entrance way, I nearly had to pinch myself. It was like OMG!! I'm
It was a classic when they boys finally realised where we were, because we did not ...