Suite Novotel CDG Paris Nord 2
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... we had crepes for lunch. I had a banana and Nutella pancake - it was yum!
After that we dumped our stuff back in the apartment and then walked along the Seine towards the Louvre. It was a another nice day and we stopped along the river back to have a croque-monsieur and a chocolate eclair we purchased at this fancy patisserie. Mum wanted to have the sandwich, I just wanted a cheesy bread roll, so ...
... saying goodbye to Disneyland and heading over to "Walt" Disneyland. There were 3 rollercoasters that we wanted to go on and then end our stay with some behind the scenes into the creation and development of animation. Well that was the plan anyway... In the end we went on one rollercaoster and then lined up for over an hour to go on the one ride we had missed yesterday and consequently missed the parade. We then went to the Walt Disney park and ...
... Australians, our country is so young. I kept assuring Grant he could look at whatever he wanted as soon as we saw the Mona Lisa. When I explained what the line could be like to walk past the famous painting he continued to follow my charge to Da Vinci. I charged right past the turn off & had to ask museum staff for directions. There she was, Grant was not impressed, a small painting behind glass on a blank wall crowded by a swarm of Asian tourists with cameras & ...
... the metro. I enjoyed a nice dinner and glass of wine at a cafe on st Germaine, I was swooned by the waiter who was stereotypically being swoony lol
Today I met up with Donna and Alan, close family friends whose trip to Paris was the catalyst for actually booking and planning my trip. We met by their hotel and headed to Notre Dame together hoping that our early start would avoid the long line up, which it down did! By the time we ...
... trip advisor recommendations with a local French restaurant guide to increase our chances of finding a local favourite. What we uncovered was Pamela Popo. It was amazing! 2. Brunch and breakfast are light affairs. Eat what the French do oh so well - pastry and baguettes. Find a local boulangerie or visit one of the classic artists cafés in Montparnasse (if you go then try Cafe de Flore - and read the back page of the menu to learn about ...