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... then combined with the bubbly Champagne
and the pressure of that stupid money belt throughout the show. I got a bit of
it out before we left but I didn’t want to keep Briony waiting especially in
the area that we were in. So we get on the metro and my tummy starts to bubble.
It only gets worse the further we travel until it is almost unbearable by the
time we hit our station. I take charge and set off at a brisk pace practically
running to ...
... own- only we hadn't entered the palace yet. When we were supposed to come back together, people were late and we had to wait for them. Once we were finally inside, it was shoulder to shoulder packed with people. You could barely move. We quickly went through the rooms and Hall of Mirrors get to the gardens. I only wanted to see the famous gardens and fountains. Since it was Tuesday, I thought we were in luck where they had beautiful ...
Well from one extreme to the other. Mind you didn't exactly jump out of bed at the crack of dawn so by the time we got organised it was already 10.30 as we walked back down to passage Joffrey. I had seen a chest of drawers and two bedside tables that I thought would suit the back bedroom and after measuring up, went back to the shop and bought them. On to delierqon for a pepper grinder for north adelaide and hopped ...
... to see and that was, you'll never guess, another church. This one is much less known that the "great" ones of Paris but is very well known in Paris and to musicians. It was the Madeleine church. I mentioned it some time ago and mentioned its connection to great musicians. Still today, the church is used for concerts because if its amazing acoustics. The building has no windows, only a small number of lanterns, or skylights. It was built in the Greek style and is ...
... Yes, you guessed it. 5 euros for a cappuccino - the way the French make it with cream on top. Okay, I enjoyed it.
So, Sunday - Australia Day - was Eurodisney. No more - I've been enough times!! I would like to point out though that Eurodisney may be based on the American Disneyland, but do they have to follow everything American? France is renowned for its fabulous food, but the food ...
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