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... as well as she can. They pulled her over at security as she had deodorant and face cleanser bottles too large but they let a pair of nail scissors that Ros pointed out to them go through.
Writing this part in-flight through WiFi on A380.
We arrived into Dubai at 12:30am and into the Marco Polo hotel about 2:00am for a 24hr stopover before departing at 2:05am the following day to Adelaide.
... tiring children and adults. There are groups riding around on those motorised two wheeled sogays. I'd still rather walk than be seen on one of these. We walk to the Arc de Triumph. TD wants to sit to see how the traffic works around this very busy roundabout. It is incredible but it seems to work well. While we sit a young girl walks past and picks up a gold ring or earring from in front of us, asks if it is ours and walks on. I thought it was going to be the ring scam that I ...
... going. Bit harder with Mo now as Dash tends to bowl him over in his excitement! Thank you for minding everything! Hi Mum and Auntie Joan, Hope you had a great flight up, Mum. You two will have a wonderful time together. Do lots of shopping! A lovely conductor walked past and I asked him about the connecting train to Munich. Platform 5. And it will be announced as we near Mannheim. We pull in on Platform 3. Sounds pretty good. Emily, loved the photo of ...
... contained original furnishings while the majority of Versailles belongings had been sold to pay for the Revolutionary War.
The gardens could easily take hours to see. Instead of one massive garden their were numerous gardens that separated the two palaces. We returned that evening for a fountain show in the gardens. We strolled through each garden to observe the fountains dance while music played. The evening culminated with a fireworks ...
... repetitive, no? Lyn had a Croque Monsieur and I had a sublime omelette aver jambon . Plus more people watching. More exercise needed so we wandered the Island of Swans....saw no swans...then up to Champ du Mars and took some selfies...fun. Then the Metro to the flat and a nap, snack and out the door to walk to L'Opera for the ballet. Lyn's first time inside resulted in a quick tour, pictures being taken and then to our box, which an attendant unlocked ...