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... After a glass of refreshment with a plate of four cheeses we head off to take in the sights of the seine on a river cruise. It is a lovely leisurely way to end a day. After a diversion take a snap of the flame above the tunnel where Dodi and Di sadly met their end we head to a few changes on the metro to get us back to the apartment to see if we have our wifi fixed yet. That not being so we head to L'Etoile Manquante a block away that has good fare and wifi. The Louvre and Notre Dame ...
... the last open seat in business class! I was grinning like a little kid when I got my seat assignment and enjoyed champagne and the other luxuries that business class provides.
When I arrived in the CDG airport, I headed over to the train department and bought a ticket for the RER train to the city center. I was unsure which train line I needed to take as the stops weren't all clearly listed, so I approached a girl who seemed to know ...
... to a nearby restaurant where MDH had snails for an entree. We both had roast chicken and I had dessert. So all in all, Paris really is the City of Romance. Snails, not too romantic. He said: had to order the snails, cooked in garlic and butter. They were very nice. I like oysters but snails are nicer! The texture is a bit like cooked mushrooms so I won't be crushing therm in our garden in Canberra. Will my darling wife cook them for me? Probably not but thanks for 37 years. It has been ...
... prefer to be at home on a cushion than out on cold cement. We are finding that nowhere offers family tickets but if one asks then they always seem happy me to cut a deal. Checked out the "love locks" bridge. 3 men on it selling locks but we declined. It as quite something to see. Locks are not just on this bridge but in many places around Paris. Lots of people selling lots of stuff. Everywhere we go they are trying to flog us little Eiffel towers. sorry to let the ...
As my time in France is quickly approaching an end, I find myself more and more thinking, "I'm going to miss that when I'm back in the States!" Of course, there's the obvious things like my host family and all of the wonderful friends that I have made. But sometimes I catch myself already missing the little things too.
Dropping off the Kids at School
For many au pairs, this is the absolute worst part of the day. You have to ...