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Hi all/anyone. Yep, as you sussed out from the subject line, here I am in Paris and what a place it is. But I'm getting ahead of myself... Jacks and I were very organised this morning and arrived at Liverpool John Lennon Airport with plenty of time to spare, which was probably good because the customs people decided to check this iPad for Semtex. Of course, they didn't find any but it was quite exciting standing waiting till they got round to checking me and my iPad. ...
... small it is, and how difficult it is to see it in the crowd, that I was delighted to see it larger than I expected and that I could see her clearly and stay for as long as I liked because of the manageable size of the crowd. Mona Lisa is just as cryptic and fascinating in person as the art books say, and more so in person than on a textbook page. We were glad to have made the effort to see her.
After seeing the Italian masters, we moved on to the ...
... in advance yet they seemed to think that it was ok to stick us in a third class Hotel for the night and it was ok on their part to pay us a meagre financial compensation. We had to get up at 4.15 am to catch the 7.15am flight next day.Luckily our boat didn't leave until 2pm so we did make it with two ours to spare.
Pox on Air France they ruined what to at that point had been a great French experience. ...
... a track. Then
my mum and dad took me on the Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast, then I went back on
the ride with Zara and her mum. We then did different things for a few hours
but planned to meet again for dinner and the light show.
Later that afternoon we went for a train ride around
Disneyland which was fun and while I was waiting for the train there was a
Russian girl in front of us and we played lots of hand clapping games together,
A great dinner and wine was had by all, but Santo put the rest of us to shame as he ordered the frog legs and devoured them with great enthusiasm! Carolyn decided we should call it a night when she fell asleep, literally, whilst eating her lamb shanks! Jet lag had finally caught up!! There was no debate or discussion on our method of transport home-we were all so glad to finally hit our pillows!! - although we still can't decide who won the snoring ...