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... with a sense of anticipation to return to Newark on Eurostar. We left our apartment early and found a cafe and had our last Parisian croissants (great choice they were straight out of the oven) iand then then got a cab to the station. We were quite nervous at the station, it was good to get on the traiin. After travelling for about five hours we were very happy and relieved to be back in Newark. N 1. 1. ...
... therefore one more thing I can buy! We organised a shuttle to pick us up from the airport. Now that we're pretty familiar with Paris, I think next time I'll just chance it with the train - but after 30 hours of travel, it's nice to not have to navigate or interpret train maps so I prepaid for the shuttle this time. I don't know what the average Parisian driver is like, but if it is anything like our shuttle driver - then I imagine the reason that so ...
... well and probably to a lot of people. But, I am what I am.
Most of my restaurant interactions in Paris go something like this:
Waiter hands me the menu.
Me: Merci (Super convincing. Everybody now believes I am tres French.)
Waiter returns and (I assume) asks me what I would like to order.
Me: Parlez vous English?
Waiter now looks ...
... the tower. If we were there in shoulder season I could imagine it would be nicer to hang out, but August it's just too busy! (Mum and dad said they were here in October a few years ago and the crowds were non existent! Maybe next time we'll aim for a different month...it's not like the weather had been hot either!! Although today was the first day we didn't need jumpers lol (usually Paris 30-32 degrees this time of year...the hottest we had ...
... Javier administered intravenously a drip into Video Girl's arm. "What are you giving her Javier?", asked a worried Battery Boy. "It is an infusion of Mille-feuilles and foie gras, it should help to stabilise her." "Is she going to be alright, Javier?", asked Battery Boy to which Javier replied, "Yes, but we must get her to a restaurant, stat!"
Battery Boy and Javier loaded Video Girl into the ambulance outside Itineraries, Javier revved the ...