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... are given over the pa system. Before the message is spoken, a sound plays to get your attention. I will have this sound, along with the sound of french police sirens, burned into my brain for the rest of my life.
Train notification sound (can't figure out hyperlinking on here):
French police siren:
... 2 stops from home, heaps of food outlets, lots of beer and a crowd filled with anticipation. We had great seats on the mid level at the 10 metre line. There was an awful lot of red, white and blue and people wearing Coq hats, waving flags and yelling Vive la France. It was such a good game even though we lost, and we just loved the atmosphere and patriotism. It felt everyone ...
... and headed up to 58 Tour Eiffel for our snazzy dinner on the first tier up. Man it was hard to step on those glass sections of the floor and look down! We got champagne and three courses. See the pictures for visual. We both had the lobster bisque with mini ravioli. Aidan had cod on celery root and I had the sea bream with peas. Then we finally got to have fromage! We've eaten so many desserts we both decided on the cheese course. We ...
... going and when we told then they sadly broke the news to us that we had in fact gotten on the wrong train; but they kindly reassured us and gave us directions on where and how to get to the right train once we had reached the next stop. Praise God it wasn't much longer before we were back in the comfort of our beloved Alma Hotel! We quickly negotiated that for tomorrow's trip back to Disneyland we would leave the hotel later and return before sundown! Stay ...
Well, what a day we have had. Our feet are divinely rested, and no aches, pains or creaks emanate from the body. It's our heads that are spinning from Versailles - a monument to excess that takes your breath away...
Once again, the day dawned overcast and rain threatened. Undaunted we wore our summer short sleeves to dare the sky to drizzle on us. We were collected in a minibus with six other travellers - one Aussie from Sydney and five Americans. All lovely. ...