Campanile Villeneuve St Georges
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First I have to finish yesterday afternoon and evening properly. Was writing in such a rush as Amr was champing at the bit to get coffee and started! And am trying to remember all the details that I want to mention....for instance, in the gardens the leaves on the trees are now half coloured and when there is a puff of wind they float down in a very picturesque way. The tops of some trees are now looking quite bare which has ...
... atmosphere of this area just makes you want to sit and take it all in. We are quite content. Tomorrow, Eiffel Tower tour at 10.30am. We did wonder what we are going to do with ourselves between 7am and then. But we will work it out. Thank you all for the wonderful comments. Love getting them. PS Take note of the picture taken at Sacre Coeur early, when we arrived. And at 3pm when we left. An absolute wall of people. Amazing amount with woven bracelets.... ...
... in the
restaurant until our room becomes ready and the hours pass by while we just
lounge in air conditioning until our room is open and we drop off for the sleep
we have been so desperately seeking.
Ahhhhh after the lovely nap it’s hard to
get moving again. We would have surely stayed in bed all day if it weren’t for
the fact we had prior engagements for the evening. Which happen to be the
Moulin Rouge, so we cant really ...
... were able to get some video of a boat going through the lock. There is a bar and restaurant only a few metres from our hotel, so we had dinner there, before returning home and preparing our bags for the trip home. The waiter, Alex, tried to teach me some French, I'm certainly picking up the odd phrase, but most people in the tourist areas do speak some English. Saturday we plan to get back on the bus again, stop at a few places, take the river cruise and do some shopping - a pretty quiet ...
... African guy and so many Americans as always. I got the next game of thrones book (I already had like a thousand books in my suitcase) and Nim got James France's second book 'Actors Anonymous'. After that we were quite hungry so we decided to go out for a nice lunch. I got the pot of clams and Nim got a cheeseburger; it was very intense and made me feel slightly sick afterwards but I feel like it's a French stereotype you have to do (is it even). After that we ...