Premiere Classe Cergy Pontoise
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Today was the day. We were finally going to get into the Louvre and see what all the fuss is about. We had our museum passes ready (a total Godsend with a special shout out to Tammy's sister-in-law Amy for picking them up for us) a full stash of Metro tickets and two maps and a screen shot map to help us in case we made a wrong turn during the day. We arrived at the Metro stop for the Louvre in approx 15 minutes. We walked to the area where you enter ...
... rooms. We got talking with one of our new tour members who joined us for the Italy week (green line). Her name was Denai, a young 22 yr old student touring Europe. She was from Canada and would you believe from Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island of Anne of Green Gables fame! Finally about 11:30pm we tried to go to sleep, still sweating, with our window fully open. However, there was no breeze whatsoever, only traffic noise ...
... as well as she can. They pulled her over at security as she had deodorant and face cleanser bottles too large but they let a pair of nail scissors that Ros pointed out to them go through.
Writing this part in-flight through WiFi on A380.
We arrived into Dubai at 12:30am and into the Marco Polo hotel about 2:00am for a 24hr stopover before departing at 2:05am the following day to Adelaide.
... and Michael coming around for dinner. It was the wine festival up in Monmartre so we wandered up to have a sticky beak. Loads of food and wine stalls and loads of people. Too many in fact so we decided to call it a day and head home after about an hour. Dinner was fun. Just olives, almonds and some vege chips that David had bought with the champagne. An endive, pear, walnut and blue cheese salad with Polish Hill Loin ...
... and every now and again decided to be relatively heavy or soft. We made it close enough to dry and then got up to our line for the lift climb after a bit of confusion. We didn’t actually climb any of the tower leg stairs as they have 600 and something to get to the second level. Instead we were greeted with a lift to the second floor, which was nice and cost and took less than 30 seconds rather than the 10 minutes. We met an American mother with her 3 kids on the tower lift ...