Hotel du Parc
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... we had already waited 30mins! so had to just leave • had lunch at a cafe - chicken strips and chips • went on indiana jones ride with shannon - longest wait so far but time went quickly as we were reminiscing about school days • went over to disney studios park which is a different section with different rides • started with the aerosmith rollercoaster with shannon - best ride of they day - so thrilling! • shannon hannah and i then ...
... very prestigious to be part of the troupe. There were also a number of single acts during the show just as good. The show also included the Can Can. The evening as we waited for the bus was warm.
Friday 26th June- we opted to do the Culinary Walk for the morning. Our guide took us on the Metro and we headed over to the 4th district. The Metro was packed due both to the taxi strikes as well as earlier a man had had a heart ...
... Museum and more. Now we did not go in but got an overview. It was very relaxing, especially our lunch stop at the Tuillerie Gardens (formerly the garden of the King of France. Being Sunday, everyone was out with children and dogs strolling and sunning themselves. They provide plenty of very heavy metal chairs for one to sit on.
We finished about 3pm and decided probably only time ...
... again, so it was time to go back to our hotel and wait for 'the kids' to return so we could dine together. They decided to take a one hour boat ride along the Seine after viewing the 1st annual New Year's Day parade along the Champs Élysées (Rodin Museum was closed today so they had to change their plans). After a lovely dinner (Parisians put egg on top of their pizzas!), we strolled through our favorite streets, window shopping as many stores were closed for New Year's ...
This was our last day in Paris. After a month of sightseeing in Ireland and France, tomorrow we fly home.
After a a light breakfast we headed for the far southwest side of Paris by Metro train. We got there plenty early in order to see the area sites and wait for Ziggy, Dayna's friend and now mine. Turns out in our conversations, Ziggy worked for a company that contracted out to the French Air Force. He was a flight engineer and a ...