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... paper creation and a print copy of a stunning original painting that I saw out of the corner of my eye and couldn't walk past. It’s now hiding in my cupboard at work, protected from pinching while I’m off on another adventure. The tour also included a stop at the perfumery ??? in Monaco, one of the most famous of the region, where Mum and I of course purchased more perfume that neither of us ...
... what to expect or how it would compare to boarding a plane.
We attempted to scan our e-ticket with no luck and had to go to the desk. Our seats had been changed due to train 'reconfiguration' and we were now facing backwards which i was not happy with as I can get motion sick. The woman said to take it up with our carriage manager when boarding. Sure I thought!
You take your baggage with you so that is different to a plane. There are luggage ...
... a black cat and, "Le Chat Noir 1881." We had eaten our pastries so late, that neither of us were very hungry for lunch, but it seemed to good of an opportunity to pass up. We asked for a table, and ordered wine with a Charcuterie Board. While sitting at the table, we googled "Le Chat Noir," and read about the cafe's cool history. The cafe is thought to be the first modern day cabaret. And while the club has moved between three locations, this is the last location. I encourage you ...
... Paris. It was a clear day so you could see a long way.
Back on level one they had setup a free ice skating rink, and Billy briefly traded his shoes for skates, and went ice skating on the Eiffel Tower, definitely something he can tick off his bucket list. Some Nutella crepes (Billy’s favourite by this time), and Churros from the market stalls near the tower as we headed back. ...
So from yesterday, my challenge today was to take the Metro for the first time. I had my 5 day pass, set my alarm for the next day. I had to be at the Opera House by 9:15. I wanted to give myself at least an hour as I had to change lines, wanted to take my time, so I wanted to be out the door by 8am. That meant I had to be up by 6. Well I slept through my alarm and woke up at 8! That meant no shower, no breakfast, get clothes on and get out. Rush, rush, rush, ...
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