Pavillon Porte de Versailles
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... and innovation skills, and remembered that the Croque Monsieur (basically, a cheese and ham sandwich that is fried) comes with a small green salad, and so I ordered that. Clever thinking 99. Of course, with people starving - I couldn't just leave the deep fried sandwich, so I ate that first, and moved the salad around the plate enough to make it look like I had eaten some. At this point, I should mention that prior to coming to France again, Kylie and I ...
... held up by 100s of rollerbladers rollerblading around the city. Also bikes play a large part here, as they are trying to do in Melbourne but its not the same as here everything is congested no matter what time of day although traffic did look slightly less today. Saw a Segway tour as well. Really interesting.
We retired from the field around 4.30pm and stopped for a reviving Chablis and lemonade ( not mixed) before shopping and picking up a couple of crepes. The drinks ...
... top deck that allowed passengers to really see all the wonderful monuments, museums, and general architecture of Paris. We spent a good hour trolling around on Le Open Bus Tour as we had no inclination to get off. In this hour we were able to see, Eglise Du Dome, Musee de L'Armee, Esplande des Invalides, Palais de la Decouverte, Grand Palais, Petit Palais, L'Obelisque, Plaza de la Madeleine, Opera Garnier, Musee du Louvre, Palais du Justice, and Notre Dame. ...
... not gone in. So I called them out on it, "did you just say I should go to Starbucks? First of all, I'm from Seattle, so I've had plenty of Starbucks, and why would I want to have it while in France?" They just laughed, and started being much more open; telling me I shouldn't even be drinking coffee. The suns out, so I should be drinking wine. But he brought me my cappuccino. With chocolate on top. My next stop was the louvre. And as I was walking there, ...