Millennium Hotel Paris Charles de Gaulle
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... were not sure who had the most fun, M&M or the kids! Thursday was "Date Day" for Mark and Mélise. We had promised a day on their own that took them to Le Marais district where they toured, shopped, lunched and had happy hour before returning to change and enjoy a 4 hour dinner at a 3 star Michelin restaurant (Pierre Gagnaire) that they had reserved while still in Canada. They had what sounded like and looked like (lots of pics) a fantastic feast and got ...
... sit on chairs on the paths and are not allowed on the beautiful green grass. Mum asked a policeman if i was allowed to play football on the grass. he showed us where the kids can play. I had a good game with a big group of boys. We used my new ball. I scored three goals.
We walked back over the river and found a place to eat. They had Premier League on the TV so it was a great dinner!! I think mum might have liked me to talk to her rather than watch the soccer but she said she was happy watching the world go by.
Paris is busy. It's beautiful. The ...
... 000 people buried there including Oscar Wilde and Jim Morrison and many other famous French people. It was then time for cappuccino and chocolate croissant in Parc de Butts Chaumont with more great views of Paris city. We had been told about going to rooftop level of the shopping centre Galeries Lafayette for an amazing (and free) view of Paris including Palais Garnier (Paris' old opera house) and the Eiffel Tower and the suggestion didn't disappoint. A touristy shot ...
... tickets and climbed the two levels. The view was epic! We then decided to try and find the Louvre after having seen it from the bus yesterday so we set off by foot. On the way we found a fantastic street (Rue Cler) and found a sweet little cafe / bar -I had a very nice omelet of ham and cheese and we both had what seemed like the best croissant in the world and a great cup of coffee. The street was lined with outdoor fruit vendors, patisserie, fish monger, cobblers everything, ...
... Get this. Your bus driver drives your massive coach into a container. The container is sealed. It is sitting on rails. Now you are on the train. You are in a bus, staying still, in a train, moving 100mph. Ridiculous.
That's pretty much all we have for this week. Sorry for the lateness - it won't happen again. This week it is five more days of work, before some London experiences on the weekend. And no more checking AFL scores for a while.