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Travel Blogs from Jossigny
... ready for one night in Paris. Zzzz zzzz zzzz We had decided 8.00pm was a good time to head out. We had no exact plan except to walk around for a few hours and not to drink to much as we had an early flight out the next day. Leaving the hotel we wound our way through the little streets and alleys heading towards the Seine river. From there we strolled up the river, passing the Louvre, up the north side of the park Tuilires, past all the big hotels and up on the Champs ...
... no wonder the French had a revolution! We enjoyed lunch at Angelina's who had the most delicious looking pastries we've seen in Paris to date. On asking our lovely French waitress who Angelina was, we believe she was a little girl for whom the pastries were made back in the early 1900s. Everything was in soft pinks and very pretty - go Angelina! When we made our way out to the gardens to frolic amongst the statues ...
... for dinner. We ended up at a small place with a band. We all tried snail and frogs legs.....magnifique!!!! The guys organised Dad a lovely little cake with ice cream .... Sensationale!!! After this we headed down go the Seine for a river cruise. We caught the very last one at 10.30. The cruise was sensational and topped of a wonderful day. Home by ...
... the first to break off and quit our expedition; this even with the parents' wallet contents at stake! Small spaces, large crowds, stuffy airs (literally and figuratively) sent Nikki and Mike packing--without package. Curious, I persisted. The weather was fine, the people watching grand, and without aim or hope of purchase, I just experienced the sights and sounds of the streets of the Marais, French people and fashion, and the culture of soldes. More enjoyable and ...
... and that we could have a problem at any of them. One: what if Mr Vijay didn't turn up. Two: what if we couldn't find the special phone at the terminal three: what if no-one was at Peugot as we had been told in Melbourne we had to book a time but the information in Oaris had been different. Four: getting to the petrol station five: getting out of Paris etc. Apart from the hiccup re stopping for petrol everything proceeded quite ...
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