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... Fortunately she wasn't hurt and had lost nothing out of her bag. Later we surmised that it was a set up and some adjacent people must have been pick pocketed . Fortunately we had followed all the advice and lost nothing but it was all very sobering. We continued to the Eiffel Tower, now studiously avoiding potential pickpockets. The no queue entry was brilliant and we scored a fantastic Tour guide, a Welsh girl who had just graduated,in Art History. She gave us ...
... shops in my life! Had a nice dinner in Montmartre (where Gareth ordered the steak tartare, and I got a roasted Camembert), then walked to the top of the hill (highest point in Paris) to see the Sacré Cœur church, and a great view of Paris. Winding our way back down to the metro, we ended up of course at the famous Moulin Rouge (didn't venture in though). What to do ...
... though! I mean who on earth drinks Moët! Well thousands obviously do by the amount they produce but how (or why) they do is beyond me! I did give it a go but decided a G&T was a much better bet!!! A glass of Western Australian C******nay was average but in fact the wine list was pretty ordinary. Watched one film and had a big ten hour sleep. We had breakfast in Dubai in the first class lounge before boarding onto the A380. Veuve this ...
This final day in Paris we awoke early again to jump on the
subway train to the Palace or Chateau of Versailles. Today's weather is not as
great as it has been so we are bundled up and carrying umbrellas. This is our
first attempt at navigating the subway train lines and with our Paris Pass we
have unlimited use of riding the local buses and trains. It was fairly easy to
figure out how to get there, coming back ended up being a bit different. ...
... consumers madly excited. More interesting was the fact that Renault had a spectacular product display on the Champs Elysee which got Brian madly excited. Of course the Arc de Triomphe looked great, as always, though the flow of traffic around it is something else again. Does each driver rely on a magic armulet or a St Christopher medal to stay safe? It's amazing how smoothly the traffic flows without even a traffic light in sight. ...