Holiday Inn Paris-Gare de L'Est
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... We basically spent the whole 14 hours wide awake. I did burn through a few movies - including a very funny French one "Les Vacances Du Petite Nicholas". Netflix it, or whatever you kids do these days to watch stuff without paying. Filthy theives the lot of you. You wouldn't steal a car! (Well, maybe some of you would). This meant we arrived at Singapore at 6am the day after we left Paris at 6am having not slept at all. Let's hope we get an early check in at the hotel. Any ...
... with a bunch of little white tents (cause it was the Montmartre festival) selling homemade food from all over different parts of France. They even had foie gras sandwiches. Woooweee were we absolutely stuffed by the end of that trip!!! After that we walked back down all the steps to see a parade. We sat down in the window of a restaurant and watched the parade go by. Instead of giving out candy, they walked by passing out cups of wine for people ...
... We guessed at meals that had similar sounding words to “Bolognese” and “Bistecca”, ending up with a great meals and a slightly sweet (for my palate) white wine.
Pretty well shattered, we were home by 9.30 and off to bed…
Ps, I don't have any photo's from today, but thought I would put a video of my wonderful Son, trying to sleep on the train from Long Island to New York... Click on the photo for the video... He'll love me for sharing... ;)
... gallery finishing with the Venus de Milo. I don't think we saw anything close to 5% of the gallery, and the gallery itself is a work of art. That evening we enjoyed a dinner cuise on the Seine, which was a Christmas gift from Kara, a great idea and a lovely meal. Then in an effort to squeeze as much into a day as possible, Ron booked tickets for the Moulin Rouge, which was another couple of metro trips away but well worth it. After a long day, good food and wine, ...
... bags - over an hour - which was in direct contrast to French immigration which was an absolute breeze - no arrival forms to fill out or anything! We were met by our taxi driver who took us on an impromptu tour of Paris seeing several sights including Trocadero, place de la Concorde, Louvre, Eiffel Tower and Sacre Couer (sp?). He also took us to a bistro to grab a bite to eat ... The boys ...