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... the others went souvenir shopping. Afterwards we dropped into a police station
to report the incident on the Metro last Saturday. We waited 2.5 hours to get
the report and we finally arrived home for dinner at about 7.30... A long but
Incident on the Metro last Sat, 31 OctWe arrived in Paris Nord Train Station at about 1.30pm on Saturday, and decided to take the Metro to our apartment. We boarded the Metro at Nord ...
... good until it came time to go through security control and guess what my luggage was selected for inspection. Well if you have never had your suitcase emptied in front of you in plain view of everyone in the station it can be humiliating and embarrassing all at once. This happening at 0730 in the morning didn’t help much either but I kept my cool, they were looking for a knife, as I carry a couple of small pocket knives such as a Swiss army knife I ...
... Rock 'n' Roller Coaster starring Aerosmith, and, as mentioned, The Tower of Terror, all in the Walt Disney Studios Park. The Studios park closed at 7pm, so then we headed back to Disneyland Park to get on the Peter Pan's Flight which we had "booked" by Fastpass (skip the queues and come back at an allotted time). Then thought we'd go past Big Thunder Mountain and see if it had reopened, it had! Advertised a 65 minute wait, but it was on our "must do" list, so we ...
... a fig fancier with my coffee!! Garry Chris dodge came around for a drink at 6.30 and just as we were about to head out it started raining so we hopped on the metro over to a restaurant in the 6th called Fish. Really lovely meal. I had a delicious pumpkin soup, then wonderful perch with cauliflower purée, roast cauliflower and beetroot. Couple of bottles of Macon and I realised I was exhausted. Hit the wall. Taxi home and straight to bed! S ...
... varieties. She has currently tasted 250 cheeses. The tour started at a Boulangerie 134 RdT bakery which is an artisian bakery that specialises in baguette tradition, croissants and chouquettes. Traditional baguettes are made by hand, have to be 70cm long, contain only water, salt, flour and yeast and are pale ivory. these guys have won a fair number of prizes in Paris’ best baguette competition -le Grand Prix de la Baguette de Tradition française de ...