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... in queues and who then get indignant when you insist that they move back down the line. They also use carry on wheelie bags as weapons to urge and clear others from around them. One sat next to us and we tried to make her life as uncomfortable as we could given limited opportunities. *****! Or as Carm refers to her " the scrubber". Our arrival into Paris was greeted by strong winds and driving rain squalls. We'd been parked out in the back blocks and had to bus it ...
... another was like a mime who selected people from the audience to participate with him on stage. One of my favourite bits was a dance routine where there was a damsel and she was pushed into a tank of water but in the water were about 15 massive snakes. It was amazing, she was grabbing the snakes and dancing with them but in a way that expressed that she was struggling with them. 1. She did well for dancing underwater 2. She did well for even putting a row in that water with ...
... Our time at Versailles took much longer than planned, I had no idea how massive it is.
We headed back to the city center half way through our day. I did not go inside of Notre Dame on our first day, so we went back to the Cathedral again to go inside. I have different feelings about this experience. The inside of the Cathedral is stunning, but not in the way I envisioned. It has a very unique style to it, with simplicity and extravagance combined. The two ...
... that it was a day when the fountains were flowing and enjoyed a walk down to the "Grand Canal" and the across to le Grande Trianon. Then the "Little Train" back to the palace. We sat on steps overlooking one of the formal gardens to enjoy our baguettes and then walked to discover yet another beautiful view of the parterre gardens and lake. After a visit to the gift shop we waited at the main gate for our 2pm pick for ...
... speak very little English. Which works well for my social skills. Ones name is Judy, and the other I haven't quite figured out yet. But we shared m&m s so we are tight. We had an interesting introduction to Europe - not quite what I ever imagined. The tour guide started off the drive in our official top deck bus with pointing out all the people trying to cross the French border to the boat terminal to get into the uk.... I wondered if I was in Mexico for ...