Au Manoir Saint Germain De Pres
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... was requiring a lot of effort, however, she wasn’t putting any weight on my arm. She asked some question about the area that I didn’t know the answer to, and I told her so, explaining that we were English. “Vous avez de la chance,” she replied. When we finally made it to the top of the street she wanted her pile of letters posting in the letter box that was down to the right. She handed them to Adam to do it, still without speaking to him, so he went off to ...
... up and dumped on me! I walked from Joris's to the Moulin Rouge. Its weird how in this city you can be nowhere and then all of the sudden in front of something famous. The Moulin Rouge was not much to see, at least by day, so I snapped a few photos and continued on. I took the metro to L'École Militaire and walked to Rue Cler. Unfortunately, a lot of the shops were closed, but I did pass a crèmerie with beaucoup de fromages! I sat down at a café for ...
... a 360 loop, corners and best of all no line! The last ride in that park was arc racer from toy story, it was a big car that went up onto almost a vertical mountain. We then went into Disneyland and went on all the big thrill rides like: Indiana jones temple of doom, pirates of the Caribbean, phantom manor, Star Wars tour, buz light year laser, it's a small world and many other rides. It was a long tiring day, matthew slept on the train home and we all went straight to ...
... an egg, Prosccuttio ham, cheese, Yoghurt and granola, OJ, a small bun with Jam, coffee and fresh pastry. Chris was ready for a short nap. The bed at our Hotel Regent was so hard Chris thought it was just the box spring. So between the rock hard bed and the party revelling to the wee hours sleep is in short supply. None of the places we have been to or in has had A/C. So you sleep with the windows open to bring in the ...
... their equipment or the acoustics of the train causes their singing to have a funny echo. From their appearance, it seems like most of the musicians and singers are of Spanish or Roma origin.
Now of all the entertainers on the train, we had one performer who is in a class of his own. The muppeteer. While traveling on the train with Carissa's family last week we saw this one guy that came in and puts on a comedy muppet show set to music. Its was ...