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... to be at 7:30, except we heard last call as we were finishing going through security, and had to run on to the runway to get onto our plane before they closed the doors to de-ice the plane. At least we made it! We had no issues with our connecting flight in Stockholm and safely landed in Paris. From there, we knew we had to take a bus that could take us to a main metro station where we would get on the subway to our hotel. As we walked up to ...
... we decided to take the metro from Pigalle to Solferino stations, good choice although Lynda did not like the metro one bit. Claustrophobic and too many fare dodgers jumping over barriers. But I did get back to within cooee of home back in the 7th district. A quick bite of Chinese and it was off to bed for us - totally shot for the day. No night life for the Hancy's - we're early to bed - can't hack the pace of ...
... Belgian arrived at the same bus stop. He was kind enough to inform us that no bus would come to our stop on Monday morning. The closest stop, he told us, would be in Markt. With a 6:25 train to Paris to catch, we couldn't loiter around. We started sprinting through the tiny Brugge streets! It was fun to have every tourist corner to ourselves, but we were in such a rush it was hard to stop and look around. We arrived in Markt, laughing and out of breath ...
... enjoyed a lovely meal whilst we enjoyed the wonderful views. After lunch we had some free time so after having a further look from this amazing viewpoint we went back down in the lift and walked over the bridge to the Palais de Challot. There was a street ball competition/exhibition on so lots of people and noise. We had a great view of the tower from here. We wandered back to catch the boat back along the Seine to the Notre Dame. We walked up to ...
... go to Paris like FOREVER. I warned Dave that if I was like this in Paris - he'd better bring along a box of tissues for when I finally get to Amsterdam.
I took a moment while David took a few snaps. Like I said the weather was not great so the photos don't look as good as it was.
We crossed the bridge and walked to the Musee d'Orsay - bang on 9. Thankfully because our queue wasn't to long and it got CRAZY busy after that. ...