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... as much as I can ready for the next wifi synchro opportunity. So back to Wednesday...we arrived in Paris around 2pm, drove from Charles De Gaulle airport in two coaches and headed straight to the Bastille district where our hotel was located. The hotel by the way, was nice, very compact, lovely hot water, warm floors & air, plenty of lovely food, comfy beds & even a pillow that didn't give me a neck ache! Mind you ...
... absolutely beautiful,
and then headed to a restaurant suggested by a friend, Hippopotamus. This place was a little more American, as we
got steak, green beans, and baked potatoes! We then walked around a bit more,
before heading back to our hostel, where we found a place to get macaroons,
which we knew we had to try! This night,
we went down into a more central area, and went to some of the fun bars that
had been recommended to ...
... yesterday and I was so pleased to have a cool morning with a gentle breeze. I told Gail she did not need any kind of wrap as it was lovely. As we walked it was definitely a bit cooler, even overcast---but no! now it was becoming a good bit cloudy. and then a wee drizzle. Not to worry, we are tough, even with our warmer clothes and umbrellas back in the hotel, I had my passport, what more could we need? Well, a lot more to be honest! so on we go, ggot to the SIM card ...
... was waiting for us as we descended into the underground railway station. Within an hour, we were back in our hotel room in central Paris. The time was now almost 1:00 and we only had approx. 4 1/2 hours until our wakeup call to get ready for our train back to London. We were exhausted and more than ready to crash. My closing thoughts on Disneyland Paris are these...while I am glad we went to see for ourselves what this park was like, I will never go back there again, nor would ...
... is a whole leg of lamb that they carve for you at the table. For entree, I had marrow (the gooey inside of lamb bones) on crusty bread! Yum! Matt had snails (ew!) and Geoff had clams. For main, Geoff had the lamb, I had duck and Matt had beef tartare (pretty much raw beef mince with vinegar). For dessert, Geoff had strawberry crumble and I had a profiterole. Another great dinner. By the end of this day of food, we could barely fit our ...