BEST WESTERN Amiral Hotel
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... cafe's or resturants in the parks that we could have bought food from. We got to watch the xmas parade again with a better view - we were so close that Goofey patted Rob on the shoulder, then we found pizza for tea. Liam's best ride for the day was the roller coaster through Big Thunder mountain. I think I enjoyed that one also.
It gets dark around around 5.30 pm and sunrise isn't until about 8 am so the days are quite ...
... at the ATM, we headed out into the cold. Kylie had read about the Water Lillies (Nymphéas) painting by Claude Monet, housed in the (as she called it) "Museum of Oranges", that the French call Musée de l'Orangerie (but what do the French know about speaking French that Kylie doesn't?). Monet was a French impressionist. I can do French impressions too. They're not very good, and mainly consist of me going "ooh la la" a lot, and twirling an invisible moustache. ...
... to the other side of Paris to drop off our bikes, farewell our bike buddies and walk home. The ride did not finish till just after midnight and we eventually arrived home, having walked again, at about 1am.
Crawling into bed completely exhausted after a 17 hour day of sightseeing is probably the answer to not having the opportunity to experience jetlag.
It would be extremely remiss of me to not expand on 'Jennifer’ on our bike ride before ...
... in the loop and he proceeded to quickly braid a lovely bracelet all the while chatting about wishes, good will among all peoples of the world and what a lovely day it was. I listened in stunned silence, finger in the loop. When he finished, he tied the bracelet to my wrist and said “Usually 12 Euros….I give to you for 10”. I reminded him that I’d tried to say I wasn’t interested and he lowered the price. Finally, I offered him 5 Euros ...
... sort of like a Russian nesting doll - which is then encased inside a sarcophagus of red quartzite.
Louis XIV ordered the facility built 1670 to house disabled soldiers and at one time 4,000 military men to lived here. Today a portion of it still serves as a veterans residence and hospital. The Musee de l’Armee containing an exhaustive collection of military artefacts from antique armour to weapons.
Day 5 - Jamieson’s 14th Birthday and ...