B&B Saint Michel sur Orge
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... bought some lunch from an artisan boulangeri and ate it down by the Seine. As the day was Max's, it was up to him to tell us what he wanted to do. His request was for something relaxed so we decided to wander up to the Latin Quarter and mooch around there for a bit. We walked past the Sorbonne where of course there was a group of students protesting loudly about something, and sat down in a garden opposite one of the entrances for a spot of reflection. Mooch? Sat ...
... PICKPOCKETS!" And there was a picture and video of a stick figure pickpocket. The Eiffel Tower was designed by the Engineer Gustov Eiffel in 1889 to be built for the world trade fair. It is now the most visited site in the world and has over 20 million visitors a year. We were now going up the Eiffel Tower. We were only going to the second floor. The elevator ride was rough and bumpy but it wasn't so bad when you got used to it. We ...
... was noon. It was about 28c. Nothing actually happens at the finish of the Tour de France until 6:30pm. So, we hunkered down under our umbrella and snacked on ham and cheese sandwiches Brad had made for us. The catch-22 was that although we came well supplied with water, there were NO bathrooms. None. We rationed our water carefully despite the heat. Brad decided to scout out the area a bit. Typical Paris, almost everything was closed. ...
... did not touch the pillow. We had to be at the Airport to catch our 8.40am flight to Prague and we had to pack up our bags and get sorted and go out in search of a Taxi at 5am.
Carmen fell asleep quite conventiently but Danita helped us oldies to get our act together and waved us goodbye not knowing how or even if we were even going to make it out of our neighborhood! What faith she had in us!
Danita managed to get 2 hours rest at least and then ...
... in hedges etc etc but the prices to walk through it were extortionate (my most used word on this trip). Nim had a bad earache so we decided to make the long trip home after our long long wander through the palace. The train was packed on the way home, I think our first proper experience of Paris in rush hour, and at one station my bag got caught in the metro door and this guy had to help me push it open. How embarrassing! When ...