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... and run down faster than the escalator is going up I felt that I like a tap-dancer tap-dancing dancing barefoot on a hot surface.
(2) Doors of Death: At Miromesnil, a metro station we had to change at on our second trip, the stroller and I got trapped in the closing doors of the train. I doubt it would have left with me like that, but other passengers quickly jumped in to my rescue and helped pull me in. Emmanuel is now ...
... the grounds were muddy and as we walked back to the train station it began to rain. On the way home I went to the train station gare du nord to reserve my ticket for the train to Brussels. I waited impatiently in a line for the only English speaking ticket assistant for over half an hour. I then could only get a train at 8am not in the afternoon as I would have hoped and cost me ...
... was really quiet! We had a lasagna with salad and an ice crema or fruit salad for dessert. To drink with the meal we had a mint cordial that you mix with water. This however had a mixed reception. We arrived back quite early this evening and have been able to relax a little ready for a big day tomorrow. Our plan is to head to Versailles and up the Eiffel Tower so I hope we have enough energy to get to the top. Good night ...
... heading to the Eiffel Tower today. I had booked the tour in the afternoon @ 3pm and this was a behind the scenes tour. I got a few strange looks from the boys. I was not interested in the behind the scenes at all but what I was interested in was the skip the line part of the tour. I had been warned by a few people about the really long queues and the pickpockets at the Eiffel Tower. There was lots and lots of both of them.
There was people in queues to climb, people ...
... an obligatory Seine river cruise to give us an idea of the layout of Paris.
Now you may not believe this but, we bumped into Cheryl and Scott at the Eiffel Tower, I work with Chez at Garricks Camera House in Cairns. Unbelievable!!!
Actually we had arranged the rendezvous months ago. We shared baguettes and cheeses and bought bottles of wine and champagne from the ever present Punjabi who, according to Scott are part ...