B&B Saint Denis Pleyel
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... bodies, creating the need to dispose of them elsewhere. Someone came up with the idea to bring all of them down to the underground network of tunnels. So now, the catacombs hold the remains of over 6 million dead french people. Pretty fasinating stuff. Any tour that begins with a warning that children and depressed people should consider not going on the tour is bound to be interesting. You basically spend an hour wandering around a maze of ...
... is quite high but we are right downtown. Sometimes this is offset by cheap wine and the fact that we do plenty of shopping in the fresh markets. A generous serve of fish for both is between A$ 15 and 50, salad greens are about A$4 a kg and a 5kg mixed bag of fruit and vegetables cost us A$16 at the fresh markets. Stopped for evening drinks at our corner cafe and returned for Meg's Lotte saute avec pommes de terre et salsa, salade beterave et ...
... Quiche Lorraine, croque Monsieur, salade de l'Isle. Some great pictures were taken at the Louvre, then on to the children's park where we finally got to sit for a while and watch the grandkids on the climbers, slide and Carrousel. Gelato, always good for young and old, energized us as we moved through Place de la Concorde on our way to the Eiffel Tower to survey the line-up. The Gods were on our side. A clear blue sky and moderate line-up (15-20 min.) at the base ...
... queued up for an hour to buy lunch. We then queued up a further hour to go on the ratatouille ride and then decided that it wasn't worth the 75min and 100min wait for the other 2 rollercoasters so we headed off to learn about the making of Disney cartoons, only to find out we had missed the last session- an hour ago! So back on train we got hoping for an early night before heading off to London on the Eurostar tomorrow. Things were looking well, we ...
... that I don't think I paid for another Old Cuban, my cocktail of choice for the night. Let's just say I didn't make it home at a reasonable hour that night either. Victoria woke up after a great night's sleep looking like a fresh picked daisy. I, on the other hand, was a bit wilted. I got myself together and we headed to Le Marais for some cracking shopping opportunities and the day did not disappoint. My credit card took it like man, but it was a ...