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... Then we headed out to check out the gardens. We decided to wait to catch a little train that gave us a tour and after waiting for about an hour we regretted the decision as the tour was cold and we didn't really get to see a whole lot. In hind sight we could have just walked and saw it in the same time as waiting for the train. If only we weren't so lazy. After we caught the train back to the hotel to get ready for New Years. We met our German friends ...
... in London. I had a look inside, but couldn’t bring myself to pay over 20 dollars to walk around the whole inside. That seems steep to visit a church, and be forbidden to take photos to boot.
I made my way down to the Thames and across London Bridge, shooting video or photos as I went. One of the things on my mental list of places to visit was the HMS Belfast, a light cruiser from WW2 that is permanently anchored in the Thames as a museum. This ...
... a locker that was then 'closed' meaning that we are taking the bus home whilst our guide stays behind. Late night again which is unfortunate due to early early morning tomorrow. Apparently tomorrow is the killer day. Eventually it is going to have slow down because the days are so full with little to no rest time. I have taken to writing these on the bus as we go to allow me to rest when we get back, this also allows better memory.
... Then we are out the door, walking up the hill towards Montmartre. It's a bit miserable with cloudy skies and intermittent rain, but the spirits of these two holiday seekers shines brightly! Plus the desire to find a good double espresso would be strong enough to will us to run down the streets naked if necessary. Luckily it wasn't and before we knew it two strong coffees were in our hot little hands.
What can you do ...
... a deli that was selling salad by weight so bought some Greek Salad and a Crab Dip and some wee Panini breads. We ate these on some lovely seats looking at a florist shop. The salads were nice not cheap €20
We then headed to the Notre Dame - a very long queue but quick so it did not take long to get in. You are allowed to take photos (no flash) inside. The cathedral is vast, so high and open. In those days the bigger the better but you only had one level ...