Relais de Palaiseau
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... for bag-snatchers after stories from Ellen of a snatch and grab of a tourist's bag on her last visit to Sacre Coeur. Abbie's scared to even look at the many street vendors selling Eiffel Towers, handbags and little wooden trains(!). Riley is entertaining us all (and any other tourists with even a hint of English) by exclaiming in a remarkably good French accent "bag-snatcher" (or beg-sne-sher!). Let's hope he doesn't get arrested, he ...
... taking In the sights of The Louvre, Notre Dame, Eiffel Tower, The Seine river, museums, the opera house just to mention a few. It was fantastic and the best part was we just sat back admiring the views and took the odd photo or two. We returned to the hotel for a quick shower before heading out for dinner where I was determined to find and eat snails. Spotting escargot at a restaurant not far from our hotel but again on the Champs élysées (because we can), I placed ...
... track. See, this side was going right and I actually wanted to go left, despite what you may have gathered from the blog title. (Don't worry about me, Emily. I'm fine.) So on the train to the Louvre. Not that hard. Arrived at the Metro station in the Rue de Rivoli. The 'secret' entrance to the Louvre. Wandered the shops in the Carousel de la Louvre. Bought a ticket at a machine for entrance and a head set, and I was off. Not looking for anything in ...
... that we are, we decide to pre book all of our train travel on the spot. It took about 2 hours but we booked everything with the exception of Salzburg to Zermat (which we think we can book in Berlin). The bad day portion is now over and we can settle into the good day. We collect the kids at 3:00 pm and head for 'breakfast'. They were asleep when we returned from the train station. They have the best burgers ever and Matt is treated to a ...
... special. Sure enough mine came with chocolate sauce and five huge mounds of whipped cream! There were lots of locals in the bar watching the World Cup, they really get into it. Also seemed to be quite a few Australians there too. Tomorrow is the last day of our trip. We have a shuttle booked for 1715, for a 2120 flight. I think were both ready to come home now, but the last six weeks have been everything we could have expected, and in some ways much ...