Color Design Hotel
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... with each other, while others sat on the park benches viewing their surroundings and unwinding from the day. The grounds were very nice but I can only imagine what this place looks like during Springtime when all the trees and flowers are full bloom. I'll just have to plan another visit! I stopped at a cafe and to have a glass of vino and a Nutella crepe. It was very yummy. Waiters are paid a living wage in Europe so there's no need to tip them unless ...
... day in gay Paris is just icing on the cake. I'll window shop, gallery hop, eat, look, sigh, click, walk and be fabulously exhausted for the fight home tomorrow night then, ...hopefully sleep. Unless some little gem of an adventure pops up, I'll tell my Paris story in pics. You ...
... breakfast supplies. Order (from Sam) was 2x croissant and 2x baguette, but I couldn't resist the Almond Croissant and a delicious looking Beurre Caramel (Pain aux raisin in looks but with Caramelised apple and caramel sauce instead of raisins and custard).
Jogged back to the apartment, shower and headed to the gardens to meet Sam. A few minutes late, but she was sitting taking in the views. Quite lovely, and she had chosen a spot for us with ...
... are selling out fast, we arrived half an hour after the gates opened and the day's fastpasses were already completely gone. We're such indulgent parents that even the 70 minute queue time didn't stop us, it should have. I now know that they suffered a number of tech issues throughout the morning that meant we actually waited just over 2 hours before we go to board the new wunderkind. And it broke down 2 minutes later. The guy that queued for so long wanted to ...
... of 7 late passengers. Then there was chaos - Vauxhall Bridge was closed and traffic was practically at a standstill. We made it to the Eurotunnel Shuttle gates by 12.50 and thought we'd be on the 13.20 shuttle. However, by the time they took our passports and stamped them and dithered around, we ended up on the 13.50 train. Arrived en France at 14.25 and our bus was first off! The landscape was very flat - and I thought the soil was odd. Very white ...