Hotel Holiday Inn Paris Gare Montparnasse
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... up with our French friend Clèo who took us to a lovely wine bar in the 9th arr. After dinner (wine, fromagè, salami, prosciutto and bread) we left Clèo and headed to the Eiffèl Tower for a night view of Paris. Spectacular view we had, complete with the sparkling lights that adorned it's shape. A long but magic day all ...
... bit scared.
Then we caught a lift all the way back down.
And that night Santa came. I woke up at 5:00am and told my Mum that Santa had been I had a little peek in the lounge room.
At 2:00pm we went Ice Skating then went home and later we watched Dumb and Dumber To. I thought is was so funny.
On Boxing Day we went into town and looked at an inside ...
... Cathedral, to tour the inside this time. By the time we completed the boat circuit and made our way back to the hotel it was almost time for dinner. There a lots of Rick Steves recommended restaurants in the area near our hotel and we picked one, the Cafe le Bosquet, with a table just inside but open to the outdoors. The escargot I had as an appetizer came in the shell, which I've never seen before. They were the best I've ever had!
... He later bought a rose bud for both Jewell and I as an apology.
I don’t know how to describe the show. It sounds silly but
I had forgotten, until the first dance item, about some of the female dancers
being topless! Also they lip synced! Once I got over these 2 shocks I could
appreciate the dancing. I found the support artists much more entertaining – a
couple on roller skates who performed amazing stunts; a ...
... to see artwork randomly created on walls and in alleyways.
We continued up the river and crossed over the Pont des Arts, a bridge made famous by the thousands of Love Locks fastened on to the fence. It was really awesome to see them and we saw a few couples locking their love locks and throwing their locks over their shoulders into the river. The bridge faces the Institut de France, which is a beautiful, grand, old building.
We crossed the river ...