Residence Cosy's Cadet
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The Chocolate Museum
Yum! It was raining and cold so we went to the only option, Chocolate! The chocolate Museum was chocked full of chocolate information and chocolate. We first had a demonstration of the process of making chocolate. It took about 15 minutes for him to make the chocolate. While he made we stuffed our faces with nicest dark chocolate ever. We then continued on to ...
... and fun memories when we were here before. We enjoyed ice cream bars as we watched happy children going on the merry-go-round. One little guy was having the time of his life...all fun and laughter!
We headed back to the neighborhood close to where we stayed last time. Found a place to have a cool drink and sat at a bar in the nice dining room. Only place to sit. The funniest thing that happened ...
... espresso machine. It is strong, and people drink it straight, and dark from small cups.
A post lunch gathering happens after lunch at about 1:00, but for the most part the break room is dead until evening when a group of regulars in to hit the fooseball table.
Most folks go for lunch between 12:00 and 1:00 just like the US office, but with one difference: No one eats at their desk. Everyone either goes out to eat or if they ...
... to the drive out to Chinchilla and Roma. Lots of farmed paddocks with power lines running parallel to the road.
It was also interesting to notice the patches of snow on the ground. As we walked inside a servo for a toilet stop there was ice on the ground. It is certainly a step up in coldness.
As we drove into Paris we had much anticipation of seeing the grand architecture and rich history. It was peak hour in Paris as we entered ...
... back to the hotel but a short while later Jacks just happened to turn around and there was the tower with thousands of lights blinking on and off, making it look like a sparkling jewel. Needless to say, it was a stop for more picture taking. We've now managed to make it back to the hotel, get nighties on and are about to pass out - which Jacks has already done - and we're keeping our fingers crossed that we can move our poor legs in the morning... ...