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Hello All,I just wanted to keep you all updated.Walked Champs Elyeese yesterday,and toured the Museum of Modern Art today, so cool thought I would share more pics for you.Laundry day tomorrow and leave Sunday,not to sure where though,maybe Malaga.I will keep you informed when I know.So here's more pics.
Well gang made it safe and sound.Took the Euro train from London and was here in 2 hours,WOW does train ever fly.All is well staying at the Luna Park Hotel,its right down town Paris and am staying for a week which means I can pace myself and wont have to bug Johnny Boy for a few days.
Jeff and I arrived in Paris on Thursday, May 28 well rested after an overnight train from Barcelona. Not wanting to waste any time, we dropped our stuff off at the hotel and took a train to the Palace of Versailles. It was pretty extravagant there, but we were disappointed that all of the descriptions were only in French, no English! We walked …
... so we gave up and went back down to find our train back to the hotel. We got back to the hotel around 10:30. Most of the group went back to their rooms and went to bed, while a few of us went to watch the soccer game (France was playing Ecuador). Not the most exciting game, 0-0 tie, but it's always fun to watch the World Cup! Today we are off to Chartres and Tours ... Can't wait for the kids to see the chateaux! Miss you all at home ... Stay tuned for more ...
... Can Can! During the short ride the
guide, another Stephane, explained the history of the show and the arrangements
for the night. The actual space holds 850 – 900 for dinner. Our meal was
excellent – the ‘Mistinguett’ dinner with a half bottle of wine each – and the
entertainment was provided by a jazz style band of saxophone, flute, double
bass, keyboard and guitar, with a male and female singer. A ...