Campanile Saint Quentin-en-Yvelines
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This may be our last post as we fly out tomorrow night. Sad but also looking forward to my own bed, some heat and sun! Once we arrived at Disney New York Hotel, we tried to find somewhere for dinner. I have to say that was quite an adventure. We found out that you need to book everything in advance. We finally booked dinner for 8.30 at Billy Bob's - a western saloon including line dancing. It was quite an experience! The next day, we were up early and out ...
... me very uncomfortable. After that i picked up my bags from the village hostel and off to gard du nord. The train was quick and efficient and the terminal at Charles du Gaulle easy to navigate. I had a bit of a panic for getting to my plane on time. Ended up running to the gate but everything worked put fine. Icelandic air is nice, free drinks on the flight. That brings us to to where i am now, i'll write once i'm in iceland!!! Wahoo ...
... transportation sure works in France. We braved the metro and train stations during the morning rush hour and had no problems at all! We just had to time our merging into the masses of moving people as they wound their way from the gates to the escalators through the stations. No dawdling on the left side of the escalator unless you want to learn some colorful French. We made the mistake of boarding a rush hour escalator side by side and heard some new words ...
Another day in paradise, Paris is beautiful with its history etc, but the gypsys, beggars and scammers drive you nuts and have to be very careful. We had a tour of the city by the bus and then a three course meal at the Eiffel Tower. Thank god we were booked on a tour, as would've walked away, they said a three to four hour wait, not for us. We had pate, chicken and truffles and then a cheese cake. After lunch our bus dropped us off at the place de la Concorde. We walked des ...
... There has to be a better way to make a living. We walked back to the hotel for a rest, we were going to Moulin Rouge tonight! We caught a taxi to Moulin Rouge around 7pm. We were booked for the 8:30 show and were a bit confronted by the kilometre long queue of people paying €150 for dinner and show. It only cost us €112 each for champagne and show. To fill in time we had a drink and snack then about 7:30 wandered to the Moulin Rouge entrance, ...