Hotel Choiseul Opera
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Nice hotel, clean, fit for purpose, take your own bottle opener for the mini bar though. We only used it to sleep in.
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My sister and I went to Paris to go to a concert and decided to try to cram in as much sight seeing as we could in the short time we had there so we got the first Eurostar over in the morning and the last one back the next day. We found the public transport system very easy to work, I get lost on the London underground and wouldn't even attempt the …
... line. Ordinarily it would not be a big deal however the time was running out for catching trains. On the trains this time of night were a few entertainers - and on the first train there were two young men with a loud backing track player box who were rapping a popular song with some colourful language in the chorus. Other travelers on our carriage were young ladies out and about on a night out and they joined in the very lively and colourful song. It was a ...
... my washing while struggling to keep my eyes open. It's time to move on from France. Though I've enjoyed it immensely, the sheer amount of tourists is slightly off putting. I don't mind the dirty streets and grime in some areas, but the crowds are starting to become somewhat strenuous.
It's scary to think that I've only got about 10 days left. This might be the last time I do my washing here. Mentally, this excursion to Belgium ...
... Auckland and then Kristy's and mine were to New Plymouth, so we will sort that out in Auckland when we get our last boarding passes to New Plymouth.
So that all done, we found some lunch and headed through security and passport checks to the departure area which was all the expensive shops, so we headed to to gate K32 and waited until we could board.
We were on an Air France A319 to London so taxied for ages, including over a couple of road ...
... French was down packed they spoke fluent French to me as I nodded, smiled and said the occasional "oui". I felt authentically French and threw a rather confident Merci beaucoup, fast and mumbled for good measure. I was pretty much fluent no longer restricted to "Sur la Table I'll ya une gomme". Billy's impulsivity took over again in the Nike store, he was overwhelmed by the sudden urge to return to football fitness. The necessities were purchased to make sure he ...