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- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Free parking
- Family rooms
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... Lourve. The Lourve itself is really impressive but very hard to navigate around. There were so many areas and lots of the areas ended up being a dead end so you had to walk all the way back through. Some of the artwork was amazing but I'm not a massive art lover so after a couple of hours we left to rejoin the group. Scott then took us to the Eiffel Tower where we got some amazing pictures. I opted to take the stairs to the mid way point which is as ...
... we owned it. It took us about 20 minutes to walk the length and then we got distracted by our first glimpse of the Eiffel Tower. Veering east we walked along the river Seine and past La Pont des Invalides until we find ourselves standing at the base of the tower, necks craned back and mouths open in awe. Taking the 580m of stairs we reach the second level and no longer have the option of stairs so to the lift we go, taking it to the final level ...
... famous ice cream. I figured if we could get to Notre Dame, I'd know my way from there. And I did, again without a wrong turn. I could get used to this Paris tour guide gig! We both got two scoops - vanilla and raspberry for David and both caramel beurre sale, or salted butter caramel, for me. I'd made the mistake of getting something different last year and quickly learnt from my mistake. Nothing compares to salted caramel. After a quick study of ...
Had a busy day which started with breakfast at my favourite cafe Paul, so hard to make a decision in here. 9.30 appointment at Frank Avogardi Coiffure to cut my hair. No cape here, slipped in to what we would call at home a house coat. Hair washed, treatment and in to my chair. Aimo was going to change me into a Parisian. Stuart wandered the streets of Paris while his wife was transformed. Stuart walks back in and goes Wha-la!!! Aimo starts going off in french then ...
... Grace! The band played a number of marches (at the halt), before rounding out the ceremony with Gundagai march.
It was a very special occasion for the members of the band and our families and not likely to be something that will be repeated in our lifetimes. It was marvellous to be standing under a piece of history, making history.
The organisers of the event were very appreciative of our efforts and we received messages of thanks from them and ...