Balladins Cergy St-Christophe
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... and some coffee. The cookie wasn't as good as I had hoped it was going to be. It was really buttery, but I had the biggest coffee I have ever seen in a French restaurant. I was pretty happy. We walked around Saint Germain for a little bit.
I had to leave to get on the train to go get pizza with some other assistants. I am so good at dealing with metros, I could basically be French at this point. I just went ...
... white outline looking over Paris from it's highest point, it is easy to see why there were so many people there. From Sacre-Cour we walked through the Montmarte region, of the more picturesque and quaint distracts if Paris. We also stopped off at Moulin Rouge along the way. From there we caught the metro station down past Luxemborug gardens and to the Catacombs where we were hoping to spend some time. Unfortunately we ...
... right outside our table, so the boys did a little timed racing. It was a really amazing meal and I think we would have just eaten there again the next night except they were closed on Sundays! I was very happy to have a stress free dining experience in Paris! After dinner I was exhausted and so Mark took the boys out exploring because of course they wanted to shop, and I headed back to the room. They came back with some souvenirs and some great pictures of them at ...
... very prestigious to be part of the troupe. There were also a number of single acts during the show just as good. The show also included the Can Can. The evening as we waited for the bus was warm.
Friday 26th June- we opted to do the Culinary Walk for the morning. Our guide took us on the Metro and we headed over to the 4th district. The Metro was packed due both to the taxi strikes as well as earlier a man had had a heart ...
... interesting roommate for me. Then we had a driving tour around Paris and were dropped off at the Montmartre part of town (the highest point in Paris - a bit North), to climb up all those stairs (there is a funicular for those that need help) to where the Sacre Coeur is (Sacred Heart Church) and went to dinner. It was quite nice food and atmosphere (they had a lady singing Edith Piaf songs). Friendly conversation with all of the new strangers lol. After dinner we ...