Grand Hotel Amelot
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... to pick us up and take us into town as soon as we stepped off the train. Our coach had taken our luggage by road to Paris and we caught up with it later..
The optional tour today was to the Louvre but it was expensive and we want to take our time for what will be our second visit there. While the Louvre tour was on, Bruce and I walked up to 'Angelina's" at 226 Rue de Rivoli. This, apparently, is a well-known place - just not ...
The destinations seemed to become more surreal as our time in Europe came to an end. First we went to Paris for four nights, followed by four nights at Disneyland.
Paris is an amazing city. Everywhere you look there is incredible architecture, delicious food, and wonderful little shops. Our first day in Paris was Andrew’s birthday. We spent the day at the Modern Art Museum in the Centre Pompidou. ...
... br> Nikki left the next morning for America and I headed out to Disneyland. It is a goal of mine to make it to every Disney in the world. 3 down 2 to go. It was odd riding rides alone but my didn't stop me! My love for Disney just continues to grow. Also made the connection that the castle I saw in Germany (Neuschwanstein) was the original that the Sleeping Beauty castle in Disneyland Paris is based off of.
One of my favorite trips. I fell in love with the city of love. ...
... we spotted Rue Raffet and found our way back. Turns out that this little shopping area is right behind our street so that is nice.
Too tired to cook, we tore into the bread and cheese which felt quite hearty. At home Madame Gomes is strict vegan (with no meat, cheese, dairy etc.), but it looks like all dietary restrictions are off while we're here. Carissa made a salad later to balance out all the heaviness and then it was time for their ...
... crepe home for Vincent, so caught the bus back and collected dessert from another creperie on the way. Poor Vince had been up and working since 5.30, and so had Pete, so they both crashed! Vincent had to go to work again on the Saturday. Pete and I got up and had some brekkie, then he took me to his new favourite coffee shop. Amusingly, all the best coffee places in Paris are run by Aussies or Poms. 10 Belle was a cute little place, and it was packed! We managed to squeeze in ...