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... the time I told the Johnstone's it was time to go home! No time for a run today Tuesday as have to meet Cheryl and Lynton at Roland Garros at 10am. Lynton had got tickets for us and they had passes into the grounds with his connection to Tennis Australia. Fantastic seats in the Suzannd Lenglen stand and watched Ferrer beat Lacko. Then had a wander around the outer courts with Lynton while Cheryl watched something else, back to our seats to watch ...
... skip Musee Louvre for today and buy the tickets online if we decide to come back. Scott also had visited in the previous couple of days so I text David to meet us across the road under the Arc de Triomphe Carousel.
Next stop Jardin de Tuileries. Being spring I was expecting there to be a lot of flowers in bloom but instead there are a lot of hedges and trees (still pretty) with a few flowers and beautiful sculptures. We come upon a stunning statue of Julius Cesar ...
After our happy train booking experience yesterday we were surprised to find that our tickets from Paris to Milan on 3rd January were not discounted at all. All other days except weekends. It seems that Parisians take trips away in winter or perhaps it is the skiing. After school we went to buy at Gare de Lyon but it was the same as online. At least we have the tickets for a daylight journey of ...
Sleeping past 9am with a sunny Paris day waiting is admittedly inexcusable but a mix of tiredness, 1 hr time diff and the comfiest beds since forever won the morning. As it turns out the long sleep needed for a long but gorgeous day of walking. After passing Hotel de Ville (photo 1) fluffed our way through (most of) a self guided walking tour of Ill de la Citie - the small island sitting mid stream in the Seine. ...
... Seine River and ordered some lunch. Courtney ordered a chicken panini and the rest of us chose the Croque Madame sandwich, which is basically a grilled ham & cheese sandwich with a fried egg on top. Very French! It was a huge serving, but not as good as the one I enjoy at Be Our Guest at WDW each visit. After we paid our check, we headed off to the metro for the Eiffel Tower. This is where Murphy's law comes into play once again. So far during our ...