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So if you are reading this it means that these early stages of research were not wasted and Al and I actually went through with our trip to Aus!
At the moment we are still very unsure on our plans and indeed if we will even make it to Australia next year. There are a lot of things to consider but I thought it would be cool to see if our initial ideas turn into a reality!
Our first thoughts are to fly into ...
... off to our hotel. Now I will admit that it's hard to complain when you are on vacation in Europe so I apologize ahead of time. Our arrival in Paris was not as smooth as we'd hoped. First, Julie saw a mouse in the subway. Eww! Next was an issue with iur hotel. We booked this hotel because it was the one we originally tried to stay at the last time we were in Paris. Our reservation was lost at that time and we attributed it to an Expedia issue and not ...
... think anything of it so just gave the flour to a passing by lady; the queen on
the other hand was outraged! So she ordered all the flowers in the park to be
removed. To this day it is the only royal park not to have any flowerbeds. So
take from that story what you wish, I found it quite amusing and I'm sure there
is some truth to this, but how much? No one will ever know. I will have more
stories for you ...
... was very interesting dropping in on their conversation. They were actors on West End.
I lay there for a while watching this little kid run around chasing a pigeon. She was laughing so much. If only we could all find such joy in chasing a bird! Turns out (after speaking to her mum) that not only does this little girl find happiness in the smallest things but she is highly talented - she is fluent in English, French and Italian!!!!
After a while, well when ...
... each other & the city is full of German fans. Apparently there are 150,000 German people who came to London for the game who didn't even have tickets! Everywhere you look there are red & yellow scarves and guys randomly singing soccer chants in German.
Speaking of being on the underground - twice now I've seen girls applying makeup on the trains...today there was one girl putting mascara on while the train was ...