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... JD shifted our room over. Others continue to shop. Everyone came to enjoy our balcony and a wine that evening, a nice kiwi party and again a very pleasant time. We all went a little way along the road to a restaurant Madaeleine which was recommended by the office desk chappie of the hotel. A very enjoyable meal had by all, the staff shouted us a glass of bubble at the end of our meal, think they enjoyed our company to.
Another great day in
... 1889 for the World's Fair by Gustave Eiffel, who built an apartment at the very top of the Eiffel Tower for his use. We took the elevator to the 2nd level and then had to stand in line for the elevator to the 3rd level. We walked around the top and took a lot of pictures. It was fun identifying Paris' famous landmarks. We took the elevator down to the 2nd level (the only way down) and then walked down to the 1st level and then ...
... hot chocolate and a selection of mini desserts, I had an excellent creme brûlée. All washed down by an excellent champagne thanks to Christopher, a white from John, a red from Ian and another from us. (Cait and I paid for the meal as a thank you to people for coming over. Home by ~10:30. Still not dark - even this far south! Did some packing for tomorrow, putting stuff we need in Cait's bag, the rest in ...
... vous plait", Bink " English breakfast s'il vous plait". I know I know we're real adventurous, Bink was just petrified she would end up with frogs legs stuffed in snail shells with a side dish of Fromage. With such a huge meal (Binks arrived on a tea cup saucer..haha) it was back to our hotel for some time out before dinner. Day 2 saw us visiting the Louvre. We bought priority tickets under the assumption we would slide straight through the ...
... in a heap on the couch. I was hopeful that the early finishers might do dinner, as I had done the hard yards at the shops...but clearly I was dreaming :(
Minestrone was magnifique (might I say) and lovely to have a home cooked meal. Perfect fuel for our next expedition to see the Eiffel Tower by night. The light show was spectacular and well worth the effort to rug up and go out again. Must say it was wonderful to hop into bed after an action-packed day ...
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