Au Pavillon Bleu
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... snail slugging its way down my oesophagus into my stomach where it would set up home. Billy took charge and threw the sluggy inner into his mouth chewed once and swallowed. I took a bit more encouraging. It was a mind over matter thing, and no matter how hard I tried I couldn't get my mind over the matter. The snail went in my mouth and I chewed, and chewed, my ability to swallow was somewhat absent, my throat was rejecting this decision to consume the garden ...
... the police approach. Wayne had it down pat by the end of the trip and was able to put his Italian hand gesturing to good use. We celebrated our last dinner in Paris - you guessed it - on the Chamos élysées. When in Paris..................It was then back to our hotel, pack our bags and take in the last breathtaking moments of the illuminated Iron Lady. I could never have enough of Paris and will now get some shut eye to dream of our return visit. Wayne and I have ...
... Saw the magnificent bedrooms. And the guide was saying that all the furniture was looted during the Revolution. Amazingly,slowly but surely, some pieces are being returned. Wandered outside again. Bought a baguette, a drink and some popcorn and ambled down to sit and study Apollo's Fountain. None of the Fountains were operating. Victor was saying that to operate the fountains for a day uses almost as much water as Paris consumes in a ...
... of the quality of building methods back then. We toured through the Notre dame and then grabbed lunch at a local cafe a French meal deal, baguette, drink and pastry for 8.50€. We then headed to the Paris cemetery. Incredible detail and wealth can be seen but the up to three story crypts. We saw the graves of Jim Morrison, Chopin and Oscar Wilde just to name a few. Really intriguing. We then looked at shops in the area. We jumped back on the ...
... revolution, and restored in the 19th century, it retains one of the most extensive in-situ collections of 13th-century stained glass anywhere in the world. From here we start to walk home, up a little lane way to find two trumpet players busking. They are playing "My Delilah". We sat for a drink at a Mexican cafe and listened to them. Then we decided to have Mexican for dinner which we both really enjoyed.We head home to watch Brazil v Germany. We have an early start tomorrow, off to ...