Bonne Nuit Paris
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... outside the city. It is lucky that way.
Bernard brought us on the metro, so I got to see first hand how it all worked. It is very easy! Paris metro is by number and color. Find the last stop of the line and that is the way you go. Very easy. And I got to use my pass for the first time.
One of the highlights on the website stated we would get to do something with croissants, roll them or bake them or something. We got to a bakery and got to go back ...
... The palace itself had hundreds of rooms, previously lived in by King Louis XVI of France and his wife Marie Antoinette of Austria. The most impressive room was the Hall of Mirrors, think a long hall filled with many gorgeous chandeliers, gold trim, mirrors and exquisite paintings and artwork. After walking around the palace we grabbed some lunch in the HUGE gardens that went on as far as my eyes could see. With such limited time to see the full ...
... the operator of this, the operator hung up on him. Great customer service from American Express. I would not recommend this card to anyone.
After finally finding some cash we were off. About $100 later which was the train fare we were off.
We had a man come in the train and play his accordion then expected all to pay for the privilege of listening him play. He came and stood really close to us to. Obviously we stood out ...
... score reached).
Sadly love and tours sometimes don't marry, and thus it was with this experience.
Firstly we took a cab back to the Marais district (where we had been walking all the morning). Then we boarded a bus full of tourists, mainly australian. Now don't get me wrong, I mean I am one of them, but when you get on a bus and some guy starts singing "The wheels on the bus go round and round" you know you ...
... br> Our bus was orange
We had 53 people in our group
Our Contiki family was made up 1 Kiwi, 2 Brazilians, 2 Canadians, 1 American, and 47 aussies! Of which 3 others were from Townsville! Townsville people are on the move haha
After a 3 hour drive we arrived at the port ready to board our P&O cruise ship over to France. We drove past the white cliffs of Dover, which I'm sure look much ...