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... 25 minute journey along the A13 back into Paris. From one cultural experience to another it was now time to head up to the Boulevard de Clichy in Paris's red light district to catch the emblematic 2 hour cabaret spectacular that is Moulin Rouge. We opted for the whole schmeer with the combined dinner & show. After the lobster & prawn entrée followed le boeuf (over cooked) with a raspberry and cream dessert (once again uninspiring frog ...
... went off constantly. It was a great fun time. One place I wanted to see at night was the Moulin Rouge so before part of the group left for a night cruise on the Seine, I asked Clare if we were anywhere nearby. (All the mothers in the group said I wasn't allowed to go by myself the next night after everyone had gone!) and it turns out.... it was literally around the corner! Hooray! Myself and another girl made a quick there and back trip before everyone had even finished ...
Another beautiful day. This is how a blog gets stale because there is nothing happening. We woke early as there was some construction starting and we were also without power for most of the day. We decided there was really no where we had to be so decided on aimless meandering. Aimless for me but I believe Stephen is always operating from a plan. We hung a left out of our building today and headed up to the Jardin des Luxembourg. ...
... It ended in the tasting room where we were told about all the wines. My ticket included one generous glass of Brut Imperial and Tony's ticket incluses to 2004 vintage champagne plus the 2004 pink champagne. All the champagnes include the three cépage - Pinot Mernier, Pinot Noir and C******nay. We then had to move our car from the Moët et Chandon car park back up the street and ate our picnic lunch made at breakfast ie bread and butter on ...
... finally started making our way to something I’d been wanting to ever since getting to Paris – visiting a piscine (a pool). This was driven by the fact that I’d recently watched Life of Pi and "Eyy Piscine is *******" was something that appealed to me a lot. Immature, I know. We found out way to Piscine Josephine Baker – a public pool on the Seine! This was unqualifiedly the worst experience ever. No photos allowed, no ...
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