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We had arranged to meet Chris and Doug at the Musee de L'Orangerie at 11 o'clock. After a continental breakfast at our hotel we walked to Grand Boulevards Metro station and bought a 2 day travel ticket each. This ticket allows us unlimited travel on the Metro, RER trains and the buses in the Paris area. Before meeting Chris and Doug we wandered around Jardin des Tuileries, then we linked up and chatted for a while before going into the Musee. The whole ...
... and sparkles for 5 minutes every hour on the hour, while the beacon shines over Paris Also a call out for Ryan you must not be he the only kid to get their hands stuck in the tower's elevator now they post a picture on the elevator. We also took a Bateaux river cruise down the seine river. Then we started walking back to the hotel and had dinner at Chez Francis we both had pasta and a kept coke. Then got back to get ready for Disney in the ...
... and P.A were flabbergasted that I managed to see so much in 3 hours but I was determined to make the most of my time!
The next day we embarked on a 6 hour drive to stay in a lovely country house in practically the middle of nowhere for the next 5 days. Although I'm unable to divulge much detail, due to confidentiality, I can say that although I was working and the time I spent in that multi-leveled, low ceiling-ed, beautiful yet nightmare old cottage ...
... the ice cream place we had been searching for when we came across this bridge in 2008 was right there!! How could we have missed it? The name of the shop is Berthillon and there was a small queue there. Their prices are most reasonable considering their reputation - about the same as Haagen Dazs. Not a lot of flavours but certainly some new ones for me as far as ice cream goes, eg pear, peach, melon (yuck) etc. Doug got a Rhubarb ice cream and I got ...
... at 7.15 am it was light pretty much the whole way as we were chasing the sun. It was cloudy all the way and we did not see any land until we were descending into CDG airport.
We first went through passport control and then to the baggage collection. There were no arrivals forms to complete, and once we had our bags we walked through a door and were in the main arrrivals hall. So even our hand luggage wasn't inspected. We walked the miles to ...
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