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Travel Blogs from Paris
... but took the time to appreciate the building. By this stage our friend Tom had to catch a train back to the UK so we bailed out for a quick few drinks prior to saying goodbye.
The day was far from over, as we were invited to have dinner with Cat's cousin on the other side of the city. It was great seeing Cat catch up with a cousin she hasn't seen in a long time.
After a nice meal and a few glasses of wine we said our goodbyes and went home for some much needed rest.
... to a girl call Alex from Canada, we were both traveling alone we hung out for the then next couple of days.Walking tour of Paris
The tour started by walking down through the latin quarter of the city over the the Siene onto the island to the Notre Dame de Paris (Cathedral), for its birthday celebrations they have built a big grandstand in front of it so from where we were standing the grand stand was blocking the view, (put on the list to go back and ...
... view of Paris! We went up on the roof after lunch to see Paris and take a few photos. We then said our goodbyes and lingered a while in the store.
We walked to the nearest metro and returned to our hotel for a nap. Eating chocolate and chocolates all morning can be exhausting!
In 2002, Steve, Scarlett, Abigail and I came to Paris for four days. On our last afternoon, we girls visited Samartaine, a department store near our hotel. I bought each of us ...
... just one slightly random note.
If you are planning on travelling in the EU, wait until you have lived in the UK for three months or more. If you have no stamps saying you have left the UK in those three months and you have your passport and visa saying you are a citizen...you get in free to see the Mona Lisa ...
... we headed out and had dinner on our famous street where our unit is located, Rue Montorgueil, before heading for the River Seine. One of Monet’s most famous paintings is the Rue Montorgueil, which we viewed today in Musee d’Orsay.
We walked along the river, then headed for the Latin Quarter, where we had ice creams/gelato. We then waited on one of the Seine Ponts for ...
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