BEST WESTERN Villa Des Artistes
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... receptive male model (aka Pito) and camera in hand we made the most of our unique moment and lapped up everything the Tower and Paris had to offer taking many a picture and memory. We then slowly made our way up to the 2nd and 3rd floors, which again, were reasonably quiet. By the time we made it to the top the sun was setting and there was no excuse not to buy a glass of champagne and see this spectacle through some bubbles. Oh, how divine! With dark approaching we realised ...
... as an 81-storey building. During its construction, the Eiffel Tower surpassed the Washington Monument to assume the title of the tallest man-made structure in the world, a title it held for 41 ...
... I’m sure I’ll be back here one day when I’m rich and famous lol.
With my Eurail pass it was pretty straightforward to get on the train from the Gare Du Nord and it only takes around three hours to get there.
Finally I arrived in Amsterdam and headed for the Stayokay Vondelpark hostel. It’s not far from some of the best museums in the city and dare I say it, right by the top ...
... on his second glass of wine, so we thought we'd ask to see the dessert menu. A couple of minutes passed and a tray of 8 great big desserts was plonked on the table. For a moment I wondered if we had inadvertently ordered all of them, but then he started explaining what they were. What a fantastic way to do it. We chose the meringue with fresh raspberries and cape gooseberry, and the creme brulee again (after the last delicious ...
... Europe for about two weeks, then to Africa for about four weeks, then to Indian-Ocean islands for a long week before we return to South Africa, for a Ministerial Conference and surrounding regions for some personal time (about which I’ll write more as we get there but it should involve lemurs and one of the world’s largest waterfalls).
Yesterday, after our last few days of panic-mode preparations, Marguerite Evans kindly drove us ...