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Massive day! Wayne,, Georgia and I headed off for Disneyland at 7.45, via transport and tickets booked through Expedia. We needed to meet the bus at "Opera", which is in the city. We went to the RER station, but couldn't find the right route. Paris has two rail systems, RER and the Metro. Many of the stations intersect, but we were unable to find our way to the 14 route so went back out and walked over to the Metro. ...
... friends from Bordeaux James and Marie-Jo were staying and I had entree to prepare. No cooking, too hot so a couple of salads, Buffalo mozzarella and variety of tomatoes and melon and prosciutto. No problem there just slicing and plating! Too hot for anything else. Steph had bought some English sausages, so main was grilled snags and potatoes. Stunning goat cheese and of course Comte then a delicious rhubarb tart from the patisserie in the rue des Martyrs. ...
... of me to attempt French, but she actually spoke Spanish! The main thing was, she directed us to our desired destination. You will notice our photo of the Hotel de Ville, which is the Town Hall. We were reminded that a few years ago we were in Paris, getting a bit desperate as we looked for some accommodation. We were heading to this hotel which I'd seen noted on the map, when we realised it was the Town Hall! ...
... we decided we could walk back from Notre Dame as we only needed to go one stop on the bus. On the way back we decided to stop for dinner at at brassiere, great decision. Mum and I decided to go Parisian in our choices with Escargot, followed by Duck and then Creme Brûlée for desert. Dad had Salmon and then ice cream to follow. Very contented we wandered on to the accommodation weary but happy ...
... on their iphones so any time we set out to go somewhere the area we cover looks like a drunk weaving from side to side. We are covering at least twice the distance required, I am pretty sure they are both running a scam to "pretend" to be lost so they can ask attractive Parisians for directions. Yesterday we ended up at the ring road (way out of our way) rather than Sacred Cour - we gave ...