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- Swimming pool
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... disappointing compared to the softer ones at home. We are being polite tourists with lots of "merci', "bonjour ", "bonsoir" and "pardon". Hawkers at the tower weren't a problem. I found them to be very low key compared to what I was expecting using travels in Asia as a benchmark. It has been lovely to see Bridget having a go with French phrases and I can't help wondering if she is in wonder of things as much as I am. Turning the corner and seeing the Eiffel Tower at our ...
... not many, just a taste. More updates to follow along the way....if u wish to unsubscribe to my travel blog....too bad...i don't know how to create a link. More importantly, this is Mum's finale journey....I wish I could have done Paris with her. So many times today I said...Mummy would have LOVED this ( most particularly the Queen's enormous four foot high bed, decorated in 'no' green and pink and five feet off the floor!). Secondly, ...
... Parisian parks is the generous provision of remarkably comfortable steel chairs. There are always plenty of them available, even on the busiest of days. Brian took the opportunity while there to explore the various features of his camera, and to try and be a bit creative with some of the shots. One gets the feeling that hundreds of people every day are taking the same set-piece photos from exactly the same locations, so the challenge is to try and create something ...
... to sneak into Notre Dame. No chance! It may have been after 5.30 but the queue stretched on so I just walked the perimeter then back to the apt via various street performers. One was a good jazz group with a very geriatric dance member. The old girl still had it, even if at half speed. Dinner that night was a great duck duo - terrine and duck breast, followed by great tarte tartine, all just five minutes walk away. Monday ...
... better toilets on her many camping trips. Felt like suggesting she try an Australian camping trip where you take a shovel into the bush! One comment on the Eurostar is that it is a purpose built train and stations, yet there are two steps to carry your luggage up! Not good. I must say though that it is very comfortable, and very fast. You really don't notice how fast you are going until you see cars on motorways, where the limit is 110 km/h. They don't seem to be ...