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We rose early to make our 6am flight from Dublin to Paris, all sleepy eyed we boarded the flight. The flight itself only took an hour and a half, but unfortunately Billy threw up after landing. This however, meant that not long after he was very hungry.
We caught the train into Paris from the Charles de Gaulle airport, at which Annabelle decided that Paris was ugly, dirty and covered in graffiti. This wasn’t helped as we jumped off the train at Chatelet les Halles ...
Back to the Triumph Arc walk, I’m almost at the end, hurray. From the distance you can see that there must be possibility to go to the “roof” of the arc. There is, you just have to stay a while in the waiting line… noooooo. Sadly I’m going just to the square where the arc is, it’s a lot taller than I thought it will be. FYI there are only two ways to get to the middle of the square (actually it’s big ...
... street market. The rotation is different. And some are very famous. Needless to say, the street market is a big favorite of tourists. I stocked up. Fruits and vegetables are better than store-bought. Prices don't seem to be cheap. Too bad they were out of my favorite onion jam, great on fresh French bread.
This was also the weekend of Les Journees du Patrimoine, an event which takes place all over Europe. These are Heritage ...
... an exit onto a street , but with no taxis in sight.Ros got help from the local cafe, and we all nearly fell over with gratitude at the sight of a taxi to flag down!!! Never have we been so grateful to off load our far too much bloody luggage.
Our lovely taxi driver took us to our hotel in St Germain in the 6th arrondissement on the Left bank. It was wonderful to finally see our hotel signage after our stressful start. Our welcome at ...
... the tube pass company or something and was just trying to make money. We ended up just getting a three-day pass then we would figure out what to do after that if we still needed to get around on the tube. We finally got to the right tube station in Paris, and asked a lady on the street how to get to our hostel. My first awkward question was “parlez-vous Anglais?” then when the answer was “non”, I resorted to miming, asking her in ...