Hotel Du Lac
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
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... buildings are so old & the architecture so different from anything we have in Australia it makes the experience of being here so much richer. Things that I have seen on tv or read about in books all IRL (ask your local young person if you're not sure about the meaning of IRL haha). Dinner was very nice - three courses! A little too much for most of us. But we were all pretty pooped and looking forward to a good sleep. TTFN ...
... with a taxi man for a ride back to campus!
have to say Paris was an incredible success.
We made it to all the main touristy things in three days, ate all of the
classic French food we had promised ourselves we would eat, and also more than
we promised ourselves we would eat! As I am reflecting on Paris, we have just
arrived in Greece for what will be another fun trip!
Until Next time,
... is that right Anna? now I will look for the correct spell tomorrow when we are out. A bit more of a walk, lots more rain, and took our soaked to the skin selves home to come down to the common room and wifi and get this epistle off to anyone who is going to read it. Tomorrow, SIM card?? well SIM card try #3. Why do I continue to bother? becasue without it I''m afraid to turn my phone from airplane mode, and fear I might get outrageous charges and give GEJii a heart ...
... when we return here, we will spend our time strolling the banks of the Seine, touring museums and taking in the sights of this wonderful " City of Lights" otherwise know as Paris. France. For now. We bid "au revoir" to this magical city and look forward to our return here again sometime soon. “All travel has its advantages. If the passenger visits better countries, he may learn to improve his own. And if fortune carries him to worse, he may learn to enjoy it.” – Samuel ...
... music and only a few people talking in hushed tones. The menu was all in french so we had to guess what we were eating. For entree, Geoff had a ham terrine and I has beef carpaccio (finely sliced raw beef). For main, Geoff had a duck pie topped with mashed potato. I can't remember what I had because I started eating Geoff's pie! For dessert I had a chocolate fondant and Geoff had cheese. A wonderful, authentic ...