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... like a sore thumb..or in our case an eskimo), and ask for identification, don't give them your passport. Just cry, empty your wallet and run.
The fines, the spending of fortunes, the dispossession of valuables. It could have been a less expensive few days...but YOPO ladies. To Van Ooi, Chis, Vicky and Kaz; It was admittedly one hell of a few days (and so much better than working!). Now...who is in for the first Wine and Wheel? We have another trip to plan!
... once used as a barracks by French soldiers culminated in a large hall, the Gorlice about 30 m long, which once housed as many as 1200 soldiers across 3 floors. There were statues being stored there from the Charles Bridge. They had been made from sandstone and had deteriorated so were there awaiting restoration.
DAY 8 Paris - Prague Went to check out the Arch de triumph by Metro prior to our departure to CDG Airport, it was so crowded on the train, and voila ! Brants wallet was lifted , we were so lucky just a bit of cash and a credit card. Easily fixed, but still a ****** feeling and could have been a disaster if it had of been my bag. Needless to say, never leave all your eggs in one basket. Thinking we would have plenty of time to get to the Airport, we discover the RER trains ...
... Old Town Square. fantastic atmosphere, drank beer and potato salad with bacon. Last day was to Sarka Valley and that was an awesome day. Blue sky and the hike was not too long. Scenery was also nice and it was a sunny day. Got myself an ice-cream after the hike. Yumz. Took the coach back at 5pm. Coach was so stuff and hot as the air conditioning unit was not properly switch on and everyone was feeling it but was rectified after I highlighted to the driver.
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La Degustation - The Kitchen - So open and it seemed so calm - just like Hotel Mortimer.
The Menu at La Degustation - We had the smaller 6 course menu on the left, without matching wines. We talked to the sommelier and went for his recommendation for a red -Cuvée Renome, Sedlak@ KC890 (NZ$52) - the wine was very pleasant - a nutlike a Cabernet Sav / Merlot.
Opening the wine - The Sommelier is shown here preparing the wine. Oncee opened (cork) ...