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... Our favorite room in the Chateau had to be the hall of mirrors, the place where the treaty of Versailles was signed ending world war one. Leaving Versailles every tourist faced another train ticket crisis. Since the château is out of the city you cannot use your metro pass to get back, you must buy a special ticket to return to the city. We made friends with the other American girls in line who were easy to spot with their spirit jerseys and loud English ...
... Haha) he also told me I need to get a knife and cut my face so a have a scar so I'm not so beautiful, as men would only love me for my beauty and nothing else... What a prick!! For dinner I had spaghetti bolanase and an amazing creme brûlée. After dinner we strolled back to the Efiel tower, and night it's beauty is spectacular, especially when the light show happens. Rach and I went all the way to the top, Paris is ...
... half the year doing tours and half the year in Sth Africa doing the computer stuff for travel companies. He's 38 and lovely.
The driver is Sabri from Florence Italy. He may be 45. Strong and silent type so far.
Ok checked out the young couple from the Phillipines, Mark and Valerie.... Yes they are on their honeymoon.
Rob.....28 from Adelaide travelling alone.
He's lovely met him at the Ibis in London.
Also Fuad from Canada. Lovely man about 40...great sense ...
... yet.... And also.... There has been no group introduction yet as Calvin said he was waiting til after the group joined in Paris... Bit of a mistake I think but I have moved around a lot and caught up with most. Won't take long to know the rest. Ok... 2 from the Philipines 3 Canadians About 15 New Zealanders The rest Aussies All different ages.... From late 20's to late 60's Everyone's mixing really well. Calvin the tour director is Sth African. Spends ...
... 1600's and even the hallways were lined with huge marble statues and busts. The gardens were just as striking, with many fountains, statues and some modern artwork.
At the end of the day we stopped for a drink at yet another charming cafe before heading back on the train.
For dinner we joined Ingrid (Frank's cousin) and Herve, their son Paul and ...