Adagio Paris Opera
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... our final day. While lunch on level 1 of the Eiffel Tower was booked out, we secured a booking on ........River Cruise. Someone was looking after us because the luncheon cruise, complete with entertainment was wonderful. Two and a half hours later we back ...
... encapsulated in scaffolding and not visible and the same with the Ritz Hotel. If we hadn't been through the square the day before, we would have been completely bamboozled looking for landmarks that didn't exist.
Our group consisted of 2 Australian couples, 2 American couples and a Mexican couple where the wife didn't speak English so the husband translated everything the guide said. Olivier, our guide was an absolute saint and very ...
... all about really flying into space, though she didn't buy it, she was convinced Chewy was going to come sit next to us on the ride, just like on the instructional video. Gab did some more shopping while the kids and I did the tea cups before heading back to Walt Disney Studios to use that Fastpass.
Straight on to Ratatouille this time, Champagne cork is the best bit, though Max thought running under the AGA was pretty hot, boom boom. Best bit about being here ...
... fascinating. I believe this research will prove useful in future writing.
On the site we found a man in Celtic costume who was there to demonstrate aspects of La Tène life. He spoke no English, and what little German I have did not make much conversation possible. He did understand when I asked if I could take a foto.
We finished up about 2:00 pm and began the last part of our European road trip, back to Paris, about ...
... be unreal. I'm so used to exploring cities by myself now it's kind of a pain in the ass being stuck with a group sometimes. But the goods out way the bads by far! It's nice having people to drink and laugh with and know that I don't have to find new friends in the next city. Seen all the main attractions I wanted to see in Paris, a lot of museums and other stuff to explore but I just didn't find the time. All I wanted from Paris was my ...