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... 8230;…..g reat.
We tried then, to find the train platform to go into Paris and discovered we had to get on a shuttle to get to it. More time ticked by. We eventually found the free shuttle after running up and down the station a dozen times, with cases, and thankfully got on it.
After the shuttle, we had to find the correct platform for the trains to Paris…………..anot her long run ...
... When we arrived we took the RER train straight to la Gare du Nord and spotted our hostel right outside of the station. The hostel was modern, clean, hip and friendly with a bar just downstairs playing live music every night and serving free breakfast each morning. After checking in we went to the Latin Quarter for a 15 euro three course dinner and a stroll near the Notre Dame Cathedral.
For our full day in Paris, I took us all around town:
- Walked to the Sacre ...
Yes all, we're alive!
Sorry to take so long to post the next entry. The internet access at the Paris Hotel was a little iffy and I really wasn't up to blogging after my lovely "back pack stolen" episode.
I've been in contact with my Travel Insurance provider (and although the phone number was in Brisbane and "reverse charge" - it came through as a charged call at the hotel - €29 later!) they emailed me a four page (!) form to complete - which also had ...
... until 10am fortunately they opened them 30 minutes early. We walked through Fantasyland, Main Street and Discoveryland. Rides and exhibits had up to 50 minute waits on them, an ice cream parlour would not serve us until 1pm when we ask at a little after 11am. Everything was so expensive, to give an example Evian bottled water we could have bought ...
... apartment for a nap (I could get used to this!), and then headed out in the evening for the Eiffel Tower. We got off the Metro at Trocadero, which is across the river and offers unmatched views of the Tower, and then bought tickets for the stairs to the second level, but not before I kicked some cobblestone (wearing flip flops) so hard that I half-expected to see exposed bone when I looked down at my big toe. After a hot climb to the second platform (I'd guess maybe ...