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We hopped back on the Metro, heading towards our next stop: O Chateau Wine Bar. A friend from Deloitte Seattle who I work with everyday, Laura, was also in Paris celebrating her ten year anniversary. So she and her husband Keith met up with us for wine tasting followed by dinner. The waiter/sommelier at O Chateau was friendly, knowledgeable, and spoke perfect English. I chose a flight from the Rhône Valley and Jeremy chose a Bordeaux flight. The wine was wonderful and we ...
... Eurail pass. I think the was a bit of language misunderstand when Nats and I asked. So we eventually ended up on the TGV train. We weren't sitting together but we just sat together in the hope no one had booked these seats. When we get to Paris the boys and I are so keen for this hotel. I'm going to try and give Bob a call, mum sent me a text saying he was a bit down in the dumps cause the doctor told him he can't drive any more and he is health ...
Well as to be expected our last day in Paris was a bit of a whirlwind!
Katie and I awoke to three sweet voices wishing us Happy Anniversary!!
Yes July 17th was our twentieth wedding anniversary and this milestone was one of the impetus for our grand european vacation!! What better place to celebrate our 20 years than in the city of love!
But before celebrating there was organizing, cleaning, laundry and packing to be done as ...
... but no horses,no punters and no races. Not a time of great joy. Complicating matters was the fact that Rolland Garos and the middle Saturday of the French Open was nearby. However after walking back some two Kilometres we found a taxi that found the Longchamp Track. Beautiful Racecourse but very few punters, Barbara and I nearly doubled the crowd, racing was good and while we missed the first two races we finished square on the day. ...
... are now pretty delayed with answers but hopefully soon I will no longer need it! We had a pretty relaxing morning, I spoke to my family and boyfriend who I am missing so much, we had breakfast and then headed out on to the ice cold streets of Paris. I had about 6 layers of clothing on, yet I was still freezing!! We took a bus to the Musée d'Orsay in Paris. It's located on the left bank of the Seine River and it used to be a ...
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