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... of fish, potatoes, garlic and chicken as we passed different stalls. David bought a backpack, as the second strap on his was looking fragile. We picked up a baguette, some Brie and St Marcelin cheese, strawberries and cherry tomatoes. We had seen flat peaches last year and I was on the lookout for them, but they must be out of season. Then we dropped it all back at the hotel and set off for Notre Dame again. Our destination was Berthillon, makers ...
... Eiffel Tour which topped off our visit to Paris. It was an extremely busy 5 days. Paris gets amazing accolades as the most visited city in the world, having now visited, we have all agreed that the reputation is well deserved, very impressive.
We're now off on another train to Bruges in Belgium, through Brussels.
See you then,
Love Ross and Rob
(We got home yesterday and still catching up)
This morning we had yet another early start which began with a 5:30 a.m. wake up call. We had to take a metro ride to meet a RER high speed train which would take us right to the park entrance. The park's official opening time was 10:00 but I knew the lines would be crazy and most likely it would open by 9:30. As we left the hotel, we stopped at the McDonald's around the corner to pick up some breakfast to eat on the train. However, contrary to what they told us at McD's last night, ...
This morning we woke up nice and jaded after a 12 hour sleep. Went down for breakfast where Sean had bread and pastries for breakfast ... Just bread and pastries. Aimee went for the traditional western scrambled eggs, sausages and tomatoes. Came back to the room feeling like we had been up for 20 hours so proceeded to have another 5 hour nap. I think this is what they ...
... amp; funerals - I hope not all 3 in one day.
Vélib’ is a large-scale public bicycle sharing system in Paris, France.
Launched on 15 July 007, the system encompasses around 14,000 bicycles and 1,230 bicycle stations located across Paris, with an average daily ridership of 85,811 in 2011.
People are trying to replicate the scheme in New Zealand.
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