Premiere Classe Meaux Nanteuil les Meaux
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... which is where we spent the night and their first French meal (crepes) and hopefully Phil can add to it.
P.S. - We've just arrived in Paris tonight, so we haven't done any real sight-seeing yet. Our campground is within the city limits and right next to the Seine River (i.e. is fairly central), so we've been able to see the Eiffel Tower lit up from afar, but not up close.
... a few in a balcony which were sold out when we went to buy tickets) so we stood in amongst the crowd in the orchestra!! This seems to be a Paris thing - Ardeth had seen this open hall concept earlier in our stay when she went to see son/singer Daniel Romano of friends Joni and David playing with his group at a nearby venue. Nikki put on a great and lively show- did us Canadians proud - but we have to admit we would ...
Caught the Metro with no trouble to Bir-Mirkin at 7.56am. ( Blue line ... Number 6 .... Emily.) At the cafe Le Pont de Seine. Had a croissant and orange juice. Got the check when they delivered the food. ( Saves time, Emily.) Met Victor, our tour guide. Ready to go! What a great day. (It's now 5pm and I have my only pair of jeans soaking in the bath. I sincerely hope the drier works in the Laundrette here.) Left Versailles about 4pm. ...
... We did two full tours, one at Mumm and one at Moët et Chandon. Both were very professional and fascinating, a bit of overlap and both concluded with mandatory tasting....ahhhh. Be warned that you do need to pre-book, you can't easily, just turn up. We also lost a few hours replacing my Nikon camera. You can see the full story in other blog entries but some great customer service from Nikon in oz and one guy in FNAC in Reims meant ...
... shoulder. This is what used to happen in Sydney in the early days, the March would go ahead illegally, and the police would stop it. Being between the marchers and the riot police didn't seem to be a good idea! I spoke to one of the police, who spoke a little English. He pointed us in the right direction, and let us through their line. Turns out they were really only doing crowd control, and letting the marchers through but controlling ...