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After flying overnight on Icelandair, we landed in Paris and caught a shuttle to motel. A plug for Icelandair, if you upgrade, you have the equivalent of first class space on a domestic airline and they feed you well! Caught a hotel shuttle and were soon comfortable in an Irish Pub (here's to you, brother Jack) across from the hotel. Seemed to be a …
... sheer grandeur of the cathedral. I kept
trying to wrap my head around the fact that this was built hundreds
of years ago and all because these people wanted a place to worship
God. Nowadays there is nothing being built that could even come
close to being compared to Notre Dame. Sure football stadiums are
huge but they'll never last fifty years or even come close. The
Olympic stadium in Montreal comes to mind...
... dinner. We settled on having dinner in Saint Michel, seeing Notre Dame lit up at night, and then having crepes with bananas and nutella for dessert. After hitting up one of the Saint Michel bars, we headed home and watched the Pirates of Penzance in the hotel before packing.
This has been such an amazing experience. I've had so many adventures-- and if you've stuck with me to the end, thanks for reading! Hopefully the next adventures I write in here will be just as exciting. :)
... and spices. What surprised me was that it was after 9 and many of the stalls were still being set up, or they hadn't even started the process. That's pretty late, from my experience.
Also on the way to Republic Plaza, I came across a bakery that was filled with French people. So, I stopped in and got the smallest baguette they had, which was still pretty ...
... the Champs Elysee taking many photos. Stopped at a cafe for a Parisian coffee (cafe creme) which is a milky coffee.
The day tour concluded at the Eiffel Tower where we all had lunch at the first platform. Took a long time entering the tower (crowds and lineup to get in wasn't too bad but we had to cram into a lift for the journey upwards to the Cafe 58 restaurant for ...