Hotel Ariane Montparnasse
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... and waving hands, as passers by dodge the enthusiasm.
Speaking of cafés.. Beware the tourist cafés on the main roads. Our brunch of 2 omelettes, eggs Benedict, & 2 coffee got a bill for €77. That's a au$100 brunch. Oh and that included €8.50 for the bottle of water... Evian - Naive backwards.
Our crêpe dinner with dry cider and coffee cost just over half that. And the waitress was much more pleasant, even if she was to shy to pose for a ...
... me. ("I wish I was a little bit taller, I wish I was a baller...") I saw all of the ceilings, though, and they were magnificent. We did manage to worm our way to the front of most of the rooms, and they were all jaw-dropping. I just wish we hadn't had to elbow our way through so much; I think the palace should switch to timed-entry tickets during high season.
I still loved the palace, but the real clincher for both of us were the gardens. I ...
... of burden. They are race bikes screaming between the lights at huge speed, weaving in and out of the traffic. Saw a 400cc Suzuki with a Two Brothers pipe like I had on my 1400Concours. Sounded good.
Traffic doesn't get out of the way of the cops, even when the disco lights and whistles are going.
Hot frothy milk in your tea! And they drive on the wrong side of the road.
Another cold wet day in Disneyland, but luckily the sun came out for most of the afternoon. It felt like we were back in Melbourne the way the weather wouldn't make up its mind. Today we saw a few shows in Walt Disney Studios as well as the street car show which was fun :) Saw the Disney dream show again but from closer up which was awesome cuz we could then see the characters that were projected on the castle ...
... our way back to the hotel
completing a massive circle (stopping to munch on a beautiful, ripe,
juicy peach each on the way ;-)
After a shower an a bit of daft condescending sounding Prometheus on our
telly we headed back Notre Dame way to the Latin Quarter for a final
night meal. Me an the blonde had a pint of Blonde each in Ze Bar (that
was the name - seriously) after a bit of people watching we went to a ...
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All I want to do right now is take a nap but instead I'm sitting in the lobby waiting for my room to be ready
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