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Travel Blogs from Paris
... as they came zooming past try to fit in non-existent gaps! We later found out there had been a strike in government jobs so the metro was not running so along with it being a generally Saturday at around 7pm more people than normal were driving!
We did feel sorry for out tour manager as many of us ended up falling asleep on the tour or struggled to stay awake fighting jet lag, getting into bed was blissful!
Day 2 in Paris
We started the day ...
... of its hourly sparkle, which was very special. The view over the city was amazing and it was great to be able to spot where we’d been and know what we were looking at. Ro took so many photos, we stopped off for a while on the second floor before making our way all to the way to the top. We caught the lift down and walked form the second floor as the line for the lift was so long. We all absolutely loved it.
We found Wendy cold and patiently waiting for us by the ...
It was another early morning as we were off to Paris. good bye to the UK. It was great!
So we caught the Eurostar.. Very easy and trouble free. We got off at the disney train station and a bus whisked us 30 seconds down the road to the resort. It's very nice.
We dropped off our bags and headed straight over to Disneyland.. It's all over the top, But in a magical kind of way.The rides ...
... tried to, it is a hostel after all) hoping to fit in as much of Paris tomorrow as we can. We did a bit of Paris last time, will do a bit more tomorrow, and will come back a third time to see all we didn't see before.
Well another lovely hostel experience for us, complete with snoring and inconsiderate room-mates. Honestly, this guy was worse than the lady in Madrid! Right underneath ...
... though it’s more triangular) on the Īle de la Cite – an island in the middle of the Seine. Apparently, they have a sweet little church there, called the Notre Dame, which we didn’t realize at the time. We settled on the La Rose en France, a cute-looking little restaurant on the square. We wandered over, and asked about a table for 2. The proprietor asked if we’d made reservations? Huh. That idea had never occurred to us. None of the ...