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... very early to queue up for the Louvre. The previous morning, the streets had been empty as we wound our way down to the Musee d'Orsay; on a Monday, the streets were bustling and we dodged countless schoolchildren walking to school hand in hand with their impeccably-dressed parents, who were similarly on their way to work. It was a totally different scene, and interesting to see. We got to the Louvre half an hour before it opened, and were inside the ...
Well, this morning we said goodbye to Bonnie Scotland, which was a bit sad! We caught a taxi into Aviemore Train Station at 7am then caught the train to Edinburgh. Was great to have the beautiful scenery rolling by again and we saw some deer which was pretty cool! We got an airlink bus from the city to the airport to fly to Paris. We flew with Easy Jet today which was a bit of an experience! ...
... out to meet my Google folks at Frenchie's Wine Bar. I knew of Frenchie's because it was recommended to me by a VP at my office. Translation-it's out of your league, Kristen. Turns out this is across the street from the mother restaurant and you don't need a reservation, but it's the same chef and he pops across the street from one side to the other all night.
I successfully found my way to the stop on the Metro after dealing with a very ...
... us up at the central station not knowing we got off at Pasing. She looks great and we had such log long chats over making 150stuffed baby capsicums for her Dads party tomorrow. To my surprise Klaus Lechtenfled turned up. klaus is a dear old friend of mine that came to our wedding in Oz and we worked together at Lauch und Maas something similar to Ananconda. So he joined in on the fun of making the stuffed capsicums too. at 23.30 we all fell into bed. Made 150 ...
... cruise took over an hour and was about 10pm when we finished so we took the subway home for some much needed sleep.
The next day, our second full day - was Louvre day - but first things first: Breakfast. We decided to cut the middle man out today and head straight to the bakery in which our cafe lady had bought the pastries from the day before. It was hard to choose, but whatever we decided on ( think I had a quiche) was so good. We also got some amazing freeshly ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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