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... us off the freeway early and we skirt around the far side of the airport and straight into our hotel with ease.
Finding the hotel shuttle bus to return after dropping off the car in the tangle of terminals proves much harder!
But eventually it is done... And all those kilometres with not a single scratch or fatality!
And no one dropped their pants today either.
We toast to a trip well done over dinner at the ...
... very good driver and, strangely, after surviving the flight without being blown up, I was quite calm.
The hotel is tired but seems okay. We asked to move rooms as we were on the main street. We got upgraded to one overlooking the Japanese garden and tonight we are moving to a renovated, garden view room. Very lucky and I an not sure why. Not a word to the rest of our group here. We met a few friends here as we are a quick dinner and all will be here by tonight. Bed at ...
... Kent and me back at the Baltimore Hotel as it didn't appear to be out of his way, and we appreciated that. We got back to the hotel at about 5.30 pm - after a long but extremely interesting day. We covered about 400 Km. Gareth, Josh and Sophie spent the day at Disneyland and Walt Disney Studios. We managed to stay awake until 11.30 pm to walk down to see the Eiffel Tower lit up. It looked spectacular and at midnight it sparkled. It was a lovely ...
What a way to start a day in Paris, Simon and Liv arrived, after Snow White, with a couple of baguettes, we had boiled eggs and vegemite, the much needed tea and coffee and we were set. Off down to Sephora on rue Rivoli for a little shopping, the boys and Issy went for coffee. A further walk past the Jardin du Tuilleries and we left the boys again for a girly moment at "Angelina's", one I don't think we ...
... a selfie in front of every painting. But, staying inside the Louvre for so long did, at least, keep us out of the rain for the morning. Time to head for a light lunch which we did find right next to Notre Dame Cathedral. While we slurped $50 worth of French Onion Soup, French Fries and a drink, we realized that the bill included the view and a chance to scan the bell tower ...