Ascot Opera Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Pets allowed
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... up for tickets for access to the house and garden. We entered the garden and it was bursting full of colours (and bumblebees). I was amazed that he could look after it all. After a little while of looking around, we made our way to the water gardens where Monet's lilies. We managed to get a photo of me on his bridge.
That's all from me,
P.S Please ...
... coffee. Next, even though I knew it would blow my cover, I couldn't resist taking the little tourist train across from Monoprix (it is actually on wheels but looks like a little train at the zoo) on a tour of Monmartre and Sacre Couer. The "conductor" was very friendly and we spoke in both French and English. More than once he called me "une mademoiselle Jolie". While I may not be passing for a Parisian, I am passing for a mademoiselle as ...
... I felt so much peace to be "home" in my beautiful, laid back city.
We arrived in Amsterdam at 12am and still had to find our hotel. We knew the bus to get on and found the stop, but it never came! So we walked around trying to find WIFI and none... so 12:30 am, in a train station, in a foreign country, just wanting to find a bed to sleep in. Finally, our last resort was a cab. We both held our breath until we got there. Our room was up 4 ...
... and the over officious clerk. Looks like that man isn't traveling via Eurolines today! The clerk was on the phone to the 'police' when we moved on. Funny how you can change sides in an argument - at first I thought the customer was rude and was definitely out of order; but then I ended up feeling sorry for him!
So we were the first people to book in to our coach - but the 8th to board (pushy French). We left 15 minutes late as the bus waited for ...
... ended up there. We first went next door to the brassier for dessert, but by the time we got there it was closed. Anyone who knows us knows we need dessert with chocolate! So we went to the "tabac" (mini grocery store) and looked what we can find. We came up with rice cakes (hoping we picked unflavored), Nutella, and bananas! But we wanted to end our stay in France with a crepe so we're disappointed, but making the best ...