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... Adam and Jess are staying at is like a 5min walk from our hotel, so it wasn't long until we bumped into them. We decided to hit up some cafes that were located over the river with a view of the Eiffel Tower. We go to a joint and ask for a table of 4, and so no we are fully booked, it was just before 7.30pm and the place was pretty much empty, then as we walk out the door, they say they have a free table. So we sit down at our table inside, but only the ...
... just looking at the menu coaxed us into his small but very quaint restaurant that happened to have not a soul in there. My trepidation turned to delight as he himself cooked Wayne pasta to order (exactly how skippy boy likes with the oil and the garlic and the chilli etc etc etc - you got it - in his Italian.accent complete with hand gestures ) and I had a home made pizza which was just delicious. He couldn't have been more obliging and it was a great start to a lovely visit ...
... the bar. I was hoping for a Bloody Mary but the only choices were beer and wine. Much to our surprise they don't serve ice on the train. We are so glad we reserved these seats. Second class was filled to the brim. Luggage was everywhere and the seats were so full that travellers actually had to sit on the steps. Our major complaint is that there was NO Wi-Fi. The website needs updating for sure as there is no Wi-Fi on any French train at anytime! We did enjoy the ...
... 200 years to build starting in 1758. It has this huge crypt under it where many famous people are buried including Voltaire, Rousseau, Victor Hugo, Émile Zola, Jean Moulin, Louis Braille, Jean Jaurès and Soufflot, its architect. Marie Curie is the only woman interred based on her own merits. We walked back along the beaches set up on the banks of The ...
... on the walls, but I immediately thought this is where the cheap seats have their intermission. It did however lead to a slightly grander end room called the Salon du Glacier, which was decorated in a more lavish style and had a beautifully painted ceiling.
I then walked through an area that had portraits of dancers and lots of costumes and memorabilia, and I thought "ah well that's all you get for your money".
That's when I turned a corner and my eyes just about popped out ...