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... grab a bite to eat. We found a small, intimate creperie for lunch and it was really good. The woman running the restaurant was really entertaining to watch and was so pleasant. She greeted everyone that came in and wished everyone a good day as they left, at the same time taking all the orders and running all the food out from the kitchen. It was a great atmosphere and she was very sweet to us as we stumbled through our French. Chad's order: Vegetable soup (which ...
... can't hear you at the back" .. to which thr guide responded.. "yes, its a private tour" lol .. so funny. On the elevator ride up i unintentionally made a teenage french boy incredibly uncomfortable as I placed my hand on hid shoulder as the elevator rose. I dont normally think of myself as being afraid of heights but something bothered me today and I was shaking in my boots. I met Donna and alan at the very top and took in the views, the height didn't bother quite as much once I ...
... floor give way to tiny circular steps that lead to dark corridors, then open on to the most amazing vistas. It must have been cold living in this monastery in the days when the monks were there. The village is a miracle. Every shop now sells food or souvenirs but once they would have been homes and regular shops. The main path between the buildings is, at best, three people wide, and the traffic is constant. I was amazed to see people with walking sticks, families with ...
Ellen and Amy headed off on their own adventure on Friday. They're going to Frankfurt, Amsterdam and Brussels before meeting up with us again in London before we all head back to Singapore together. I'm looking forward to catching up on their adventures when we meet up again... Maureen, Riley and I have wandered around the back of Les Halles, rue Montorgueil, rue de Turbigo, Boulevarde de Sebastopol. Saint Germain l'Auxerrois Church and down into the -4 floors of Les Halles; ...
... was a juggler, a ventriloquist (not sure how he got the dog to open its mouth at the right times) and acrobats between the dancing and singing. Most songs were in French including what seemed to be a story of the Arabian nights with flying people. The lead male dancer only had two expressions - here I am being serious and conceited and here I am smiling a bit and conceited. The lead female dancer had that Botox look about ...
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