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... and it was Nicks shout,he got the beers for 5 euro.After a couple more we headed down to Maccas for very late lunch and then on to catch the train ,when we arrived back there we discovered the protest was still going but had grown in numbers,pretty big now,so Michael decided to join in,you had to be there.(see video and photos )Protest was concerning Russia and the Ukraine goings on and I just seen on TV that there was some drama but not where we were. ...
... the Arc de Triomphe, Champs Élysées and of course, the Eiffel Tower. We got some great photos of the tower. In the afternoon we visited the Palace of Versailles. This building is massive and the wealth and opulence of the internal decorations, furniture and chandeliers the aristocracy of France enjoyed back in the day was mind blowing. Actually, you came away with a sick sort of feeling given the way these people lived, especially ...
... they serve bar food which was about four deep! As I mentioned owned by an Aussie called James Henry who is making his name in Paris, bit of a rock star. Suzanne knows him so we were able to get a booking at a weeks notice. Little glass of Chablis while we waited, then a complimentary champagne before the red. There was a bit of consternation over the red. Being a groovy cool restaurant of course the wines are almost all ...
... Eiffel Tower which was definitely worth it (we don't do things by halves). The view was amazing and we loved how the viewing platform at the top was outside in the open and not just in a room with glass panels. There was the top viewing platform, an inside viewing platform and then a level 1 and 2 which also had outside viewing platforms. We went onto each viewing platform and then we took the stairs down the tower. We were very glad we didn't choose to take the stairs up ...
... the sandwiches we brought with us while working out where we wanted to go first. We a,so met Goofy, who was very goofy, dancing the tango with Sian and general trick playing. We decided on Discoveryland and the cars, as these had been a highlight at Legoland. Disneyland was magical from the moment we arrived. You catch yourself taking photos outside the gate, the entrance, the minute you ...
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