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... problem I thought but they would only accept cash. Annie had $30 Australian so we changed A$10 of it for €6.78 at a money changer and Annie could buy her souvenir without me drawing at the ATM. The Travelcard is a winner. At this stage I will leave France tomorrow with €1.34 in cash. After completing our walk down the Champs, we headed for shops at Les Hailes. We walked around it but it was undergoing ...
... is on his "to-do" list, so we set off, knowing exactly where to go. It covers a whole city block, so we did a circuit of the building and its outdoor areas and the quirky fountain. We'd seen the entry queue on our way around, so we made our way there and joined the queue. It was a very slow-moving line. There was a sign that said "Bibliotech......" and I said to Wok that that means library. We reached a point, after close to an hour, that said, in French, that it could ...
... day of the week. I then had beef something and mashed spud. We dropped the kids off back to the motel and walked down to have a look at the Eiffel Tower under lights and it looks the goods. We finished off the night by watching the movie horrible bosses and it was **** funny. We are off to the Louvre tomorrow and I have reminded everyone that they have to be nice tome and that I can't get in any trouble because it is my ...
... La Durantie adventure. Got to the train in plenty of time and a three hour journey down to Limoges. Picked up our hire cars and on to the chateau in convoy. Fourteen of us in all. Chateau la durantie is about an hours drive south of Limoges in the Dordogne. Arrived at the chateau around 3pm. David and Michael were already there, arriving in from Spain. Great to see them especially as David had done the big shop for the five days and dinner that night. He ...
... want to go, yesterday we expertly negotiated several different metro lines to get to a market only to realise we could have walked it as it was only about 300 metres.
Wednesday we walked three hours to go visit Jim Morrison's grave, it was a nice walk through Paris but the grave itself was a little underwhelming - lunch by the river Seine though was a nice way to spend an hour. We also saw the bridge with padlocks 10s ...