Eiffel Villa Garibaldi
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Another big day with a lot of walking and taking in the sites. The day started with an orange juice, a crossiant, and a cafe latte at a local cafe...before heading to UNESCO for our 10 am tour. The public can't just waltz in for a look.. And as an educator of the arts I had to apply in writing months before my visit. As it would have it, one of my …
Delayed flight by 2 hrs... But eventually made it to Paris. Loved flying with Singapore Air... The service was fantastic... And made up for the fact we were in cattle class ;) We took the Metro into town via two trains... Seemed very easy to get into the heart of the city. Not too taken by the amount of graffiti and smokers in this city, but think …
... leather jacket from Coach .. For only the tiny price of AU$1500. Donations will be gladly accepted. Kylie managed to pick up a couple of Longchamp bags - I am told these are a French staple too, although they seem more pricey than the bread and cheese. She also managed to make friends with the Chanel lady. Despite only buying one relatively cheap bottle of EDP, the lady spent about 30 minutes explaining all sorts of things and giving her free samples ...
... of cabarets across Europe. Today, the Moulin Rouge is a tourist attraction, offering musical dance entertainment for visitors from around the world. Very disappointed with this show - service was terrible, food awful, we were packed in like cattle with barely any room to turn in your seat. The show, while had great colourful costumes (when they wore any!), the performers were unprofessional and some even unenthusiastic. Other entertainers during the ...
... and to this day is one of the most memorable things I have seen). P had wanted to see the catacombs so we booked a tour (rather than wait 4 hours in line). Something like 200 kilometres of underground tunnels that have been used for everything from mining for limestone, to nazi bunkers, to 19th century underground concerts. But probably what it is most famous for is its use as a grave. You see, as Paris graves became over crowded, one of the Louis' decided to mass ...