Bourgogne et Montana Hotel
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Today was all about the art. Our apartment is only a few blocks from the Louvre Museum one of the most amazing museums in the world. After breakfast we head out and walk over to find a long line already forming to get in. While waiting for the museum to open Leanne reads in our guide that there I a quicker access and after a little searching we find the entrance and get a bit of a head start on the crowds. We make a straight line to go see the ...
... strip tease down to their undies, much to the delight of the passengers on the boat. They have obviously done it before because their routine was very well synchronised and polished. They finished with a wave and a cheeky smile (pun intended).
Our cruise finished just after 10, we had dinner from a roadside fast food cart and waited for the Eiffel Tower light display to come on at 11.00pm. Still masses of people out and there was a lot ...
... Louis XV and XVI (Marie Antoinette) and Napolean all lived at Versailles! There was a grand canal! Gary and I did not leave the gardens until 6:30 and we stopped at the first small cafe we saw (Mexican)! Gary had a Corona and me, of course, wine and we got a small basket of chips and quesadillas! A snack! By the time we got back to hotel #2, S&D had already eaten and we're ready to crash! We, of course, were ready for dinner! We found a small Italian cafe and ...
... They seemed a lovely young couple.
We left Eiffel Tower and caught the bus to Moulin Rouge for the 11.30pm show. Needless to say we were all hoping for a second wind as we had all been up since 5am!!! What an organised show. There are 950 patrons to each show and they do 2 shows per night. It was spectacular. The dancing and the costumes were amazing. We thoroughly enjoyed the ...
... to be a huge gathering of people. We decided to wander through whilst searching for the metro station. There were a couple of small open bars down on the waterfront selling food and drinks but most people were just walking about or sitting on the curb whilst carrying bottles of rose coloured wine. It was a very cool atmosphere and something which would be great in Perth. If only Perth would relax its public drinking ...