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... banks of the Seine, we could hear the music from Rock en Seine, a 3-day music festival that had just started. They play well into the night, I can hear them now as I'm typing away.
We finished off our night with dinner at a local favourite of Natacha and Helios' - Ristorante Del Arte - yes, an Italian restaurant on our first night in Paris!
... in our room and lie down for a short rest. You know...just put your feet up...rest your eyes....take a load off. Well, I imagine you all now know how this ended! Yup, we all completely passed out for a few hours, but thankfully I woke up and bolted out of bed. All throughout our first few days in Paris we were catching the buzz that was occurring because of the Tour de France, which was winding up in Paris this evening. We had seen vendors selling the distinctive yellow ...
... numberless French customer approaches counter & is helped out of order. Drip...drip..drip...Ferme! Yet another counter station is closed...drip...10:50 train passes. We marvel at how the more crowded the ticket office becomes, it seems the more ticket station agents raise the "Ferme" sign. There is now only one agent open.....
Alas--Blink: 167. We are up. But...we approach counter & agent tells us we are in the wrong line at the wrong counter! . How COULD i not ...
... while simultaneously sweating rivers. But wise as we were, we could think of nothing more uncomfortable than to be soaked by the rain and dripping w/ sweat. The crowd began to boo as the officials took the court to roll the court covering tarps. Then as the pouring rain came hard, all made their way for the stadium overhang covered balconies. Lightening and thunder entertain us. More smoking. More sweating. More waiting. Eventually, the rain passed, the tarps opened, the thunder ...
... s my aim to let the French know a few Australian-isms whilst we’re in Paris.
We decided around 8.30pm it was time to eat so we set off to look for a deal in one of the many restaurants in our neighbourhood. We could see dark grey skies but didn’t think much of it.
We found a restaurant where we had a choice of entrée, main and dessert for €15pp plus a free glass of wine. That seems like a bargain to me.
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility