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... understood how some lines interact with other lines. We didn't end up eating last night though there were many opportunities as there is food everywhere you look. We had eaten heaps on the plane. I loved seeing all the footpath cafes and noticed the seats all face out to look at the street. Very different from footpath cafes at home. And surprised to see no space between each table. I knew there were crepes but I didn't have the ...
That's 11th for yous wot only speak English! Well the Maximan turned 11 today but there were no presents in sight. He knew that was going to be the case because essentially we had bought so much at Harry Potter World he is not likely to have any presents for the next three birthdays and Christmases! Well, maybe just this year. We did however have plans to make it a special day, as he was not going to be having a birthday party this year for obvious reasons. So after ...
... different to the churches of England, this church was extremely catholic and gorgeous. Created over several important eras in France (Initially a king commissioned it, then it was abandoned during the French Revolution, planned to become a war commemoration sight under napoleon and then changed back to a church after the Russian war and later finished off by a different king) this building looked so fantastic. Inside were several ...
... bottle of champagne to share. They
obviously have a lot of money. The sets were incredible and the acts were crazy
good as you would expect. They ranged from a trio of acrobatic robbers and
cops, an excellent ventriloquist who you couldn’t even tell was doing, to a duo
who were just insane with what they did. I don’t even have the words to
describe what they did without writing another essay. Long story short the girl
would headstand ...
... looked around, took a few photos and carried on with my mission to walk down the Champs Elyssees until I reached the Petite Palais.
Wow what a cool shopping street. I'd say it was longer than the Ramblas in Barcelona, but just as crowded with tourists. The shops aren't for the faint hearted because other than the busiest MacDonalds in the world they are all very classy and expensive. I'm surprised they don't charge just for looking in the window. I got a coffee from ...