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... roast dinner + Dumb & Dumber Too movie = a Great Christmas.
I couldn't make the Boxing day sales on the Gold Coast so we went to the Luxembourg Gardens for the kids to have fun in the playground for a few hours.
What good parents we are. turning into icicles in 4 degree cold waiting for them to get sick of it.
They didn't because they kept meeting English speaking friends, but because ...
Very slow start to the day we have obviously acclimatised well, overcast and raining no urgency to jump out of bed. Couple of metro rides and we get to the start of our bike tour. Relief! They speak English. We get allocated to a group of 19 with tour guide Louis (affectionately named Louis XX the 20th) by our group. In our group we have travellers from UK, US, New Zealand, Balmain and Hunters Hill, weird and wacky world isn't it. Louis our ...
... br> Café. As the weather was better we walked back to the hotel, where I am now
(catching up on the blog as directed by one of my nieces – thanks Jane for
giving me an excuse to stay out of the rain!). Jewell and Glen have gone to the
Musee du Louvre to see Mona!
As I finish this blog entry, Jewell and Glen have returned
from the Louvre. Their comment was ‘too many people’ but they did get a glimpse of Mona!
... at the Monoprix next to the hotel for some wine, water (con gasse) & sodas. I was pooped & glad to be getting back to the room, oh great, the maid was in our room. We went to the lobby to wait & called the kids, so fun to Facetime them.
Finally got back into the room & we had a glass of rose'. Jeff was ready to head out to dinner, I wasn't ready to eat, but know he has his routine ...
We decided to do the Hop on Hop off bus today. It had over 50 stops, 4 different routes and information in English and even a channel for kids. Sophie was very excited. We took the yellow route first which took us to Montmatre and Sacre Coeur. On the way stopped at the Kookabuura cafe that John Pattison told us about. My latte was good but Phil still can't find a decent espresso. It's amazing that ...