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... the shore and on other boats, as we cruised by. The meals came quickly as it was only a 2.5 hour cruise. Ordering was interesting as we had to point on the French menu what we wanted while also looking at the same English menu. The food was amazing, like all the food we have had here in Paris, this time Colleen and I only had the same main meal. While eating we travelled up the river and under a number of love lock bridges before doing a u turn to travel back down the ...
... the Marais district just opposite Don's that I checked in on FB. It is a small apartment on the second floor about 18 square metres including kitchenette & bathroom. The large windows open onto Rue Des Ecouffes, a small street that is just off Rue de Rivoli, one street back from the Seine. We set ourselves up for the week with cereal, cheese beer and wine. I am worried that TD is getting a form of travel sickness. On our first foray into the Marais, she found the laundromat she ...
... We don't get fussy about accommodation, there's a flea pit across the road called Hotel Premiere Classe - as Rhid has said, don't get fooled by the name, it was one grade above the Calais Immigrant Detention camps just down the road. Calais has had some bad press lately about the immigrants camping out trying to get to our gold pavement filled Utopia called Blighty and in the night these guys wander about the town, they don't give us any hassle and ...
... rue du Rivoli and onto Champs Elysées past the place de la Concorde the onto the Arc de Triumph. Incredible to see all these land marks. We then went back to our accommodation , turns out it is a penthouse house apartment on the 6th floor with views of the Eiffel Tower. It's about 250m2, just huge, woody valued it at about 10 million dollars. We caught our breath and then headed to the Arc de Triumph to watch the conclusion of the ...
... how lucky we are to have been born in Australia. It all seems so far removed when we are tucked away in Perth but seeing their landscapes and towns reinforces the fact that there are people just like us who have incredible struggles every day. On arrival into Charles De Gaulle airport, we cleared immigration reasonably quickly and our bags came our immediately (again thanks to Angus' Frequent Flyer status!). We had to wait about 30 minutes for a cab that was big ...