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... disrespectful. Despite the numerous 'silence' and 'no photos' signs in your face all around the church, people still took photos, some even with flash. I'll about I wanted to, it was a gorgeous building, but at least I have the decency to respect their rules. People were trying to pray after all. That was rather disappointing. I cheered myself up afterwards with a Grand Mariner crepe, which I thought was a good idea. If I wanted to eat bread soaked in pure alcohol it would ...
... two English Spaniels and a Lab. Later that day I met up with Andy and went on a walk with him and the dogs through the countryside for almost an hour. What a treat on Christmas Eve.
Finished off the day in Buckhorn Weston another beautiful village about 10 minutes away for a Christmas Eve dinner at the Stapleton Arms. We had pheasant. Might have been the one we saw earlier crossing the road in front of us! Early to bed so not to miss ...
... and her views of France, which were much more positive than those of Jean Christophe (from our Dinan stay).
Although, one thing we did notice on this trip was the prevalence of homelessness. We had heard that it was quite bad in Paris and had increased significantly over the last few years, but we were not expecting it to be quite so in your face. Less than 50 metres away from the boat, there were tents erected along the river where homeless people were cooped up. ...
So, our flight from Singapore to Paris was scheduled to depart at 2355, and after going through security to enter the boarding gate we were duly informed that the flight would be delayed by 5hrs with a new departure time of 0430! So after a full day at Universal Studios we were staring down the barrel of a verrrry long day. We managed to get into one of the SIA lounges and set the kids up in makeshift beds for a ...
... the gardens it was around 17:30 so Mark took us to the Palace entrance where the queue was non-existent so we got in within 2 minutes! Unfortunately, it was so packed inside with tourists so viewing the rooms was quite troublesome. We didn’t stay too long in the palace, to be honest, I really enjoyed biking around the grounds more and viewing such beautiful scenery in some peace and quiet.
After we left the palace, it was nearing closing time so all the ...