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... at a Thai restaurant nearby where I enjoyed some Pandan chicken and Marc, a Thai red curry.
We really enjoyed the bike tour of Versailles and would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to visit Versailles. You miss all of the crowds (right up until the end of the day unfortunately) and get to see some incredible scenery that most people don’t really get to see unless you follow the bike tracks. Very well worth the money and having Mark our guide, ...
... store and eventually walked to the Iglesis Madeleine which is a beautiful
Italian, Catholic church. It has no windows so it is actually rather dark in
there but we sat and listened to the church choir rehearsing – sounded lovely.
Lunch was at the Café Opera – quite nice. The bottle of Evian water tasted
lovely but cost nearly 5 euros – less than Mary’s Coke Zero and the coffees we
had at GL! Eventually we Metrod home and did ...
... of French attitude thanks to the person helping us at the wine shop. We could not leave soon enough! We then headed to the Rive Gauche area, which is near the university and Latin Quarter. Our driver took us on a bit of a scenic route to get there and the light was simply gorgeous. We drove past major government buildings, the Louvre, and Notre Dame, which was framed by a vibrant full rainbow. It has been raining off and on so far, and it was an ...
... Hour on, so since we don't have to drive, we both had a couple of glasses of Happiness.
An uneventful quick ride back and it was time to call it a night and prepare for the week. Later that night I learned while checking my email that there's some fraud on my CC. There were charges of $10k+ and $4k+ made from the hotel we'd stayed at - 10 - 20x times our actual bill. Sigh. One more thing to deal ...
Paris second time round
Starting the day out on a very somber and sad note saying goodbye to all our new friends and fellow 6,0000km+ travellers at 7.30am. It was a sad day with only a handful of us not traveling back to England on the bus we consoled each other and chanted our contiki chant for the last time.
'We are Contiki, contiki vista
we are mental and we are mad
we are the greatest contiki travellers
the world has ever had.'