BEST WESTERN PREMIER 61 Paris Nation Hotel
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... the day there!
The next day, we went straight to the Louvre to see the one and only Mona Lisa painted by Leonardo Da Vinci. Adam was way too tired so he slept in and while Scott and I went out. We lined up about an hour to go in, went straight to the room with the Mona Lisa. I don't know too much about art, so it ...
... and jumping in the pool. In the evening, because of the generosity of Sam and Julia, we had a full on three course meal: chees, avo's and crackers as a starter, some mediocre pasta and ice cream and some wine with orangejuice (which made it a bit more drinkable) as dessert. On my last day in missionbeach me and Charlotte went on a beautiful walk and I hung around the hostel with some really fun, but very sad -their skydive got canceled- people. And after waiting almost two ...
No walk this morning, but did manage a quick scoot round the village for a few final photos.
The last of the washing squeezed in, a few more items added to the donation pile, the final zipping of the suitcases, car loaded, keys returned and off. Seems quite odd that we are actually leaving Europe, not just our last destination.
Enjoying the countryside as we ...
Later that evening we all set off (on the boat) to the Tower for a picnic and waited for the lights to come on. As I am a bit late with the you have all probably seen the pictures already. It really is a spectacular sight, and if we ever come to Paris again!!!!! we will not bother seeing the tower in the day as compared to the night it is a bit boring.
Back home and another early night as we are all worn out.
... time to walk around of course was the lunch break since no one would miss me. As I may have described previously, in Paris, everyone takes their lunch break quite seriously and everyone leaves to eat out. Part of the reason was that all employees are required to be given by their employers a "ticket du resto" which is a meal ticket that pays for 50% of your lunch. So there's not much of an incentive to bring food ...