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When we got out of the airport with our luggage, we jumped onto a train and head to our house. The train took us to Gare du Nord, a largish station that meets with the Paris metro. On the way there, there were two men who just started rapping randomly to entertain the passengers. It was pretty cool. I wish could understand french! We ...
Today was a crazy busy day....and I think we got a lot of the major sights in! Before we got started for the day, I walked over to the boulangerie to pick up some fresh croissants and a baguette for breakfast. The best! Then it was off for the day! Since it's so hot, we wanted to reduce our walking time, so we decided to do the hop on-hop off bus. We took ...
... a spiral staircase. The french sure do love a spiral staircase thats for sure! It was worth it though because we saw all of Paris from up there and we looked right down the Champs Elesee! We spotted all the places we had been and admired the beautifully stunning view of Paris. Afterwards we went home on the tube. We had kebabs from a restaurant down the road and did our laundry at the laundromat next door. Afterwards we went home and to bed! - Grace
... had duck with green salad. We then had dessert - Stephen had the chocolate cake, all beautifully cooked and runny in the middle whilst I had the cheese platter - amazing. For me, the best thing about Paris has been the food. Stephen had a cognac and I had a raspberry aperitif - powerful stuff. When we tipped the waitress, she went and got us a vanilla rum aperitif to finish off and wished us a bone annee (happy new year). Off to the Louvre ...
... on our street. We met a couple from England (Chris and Caroline) and shared local and international travel experiences. They are soon off to Vietnam, so we were able to provide a wealth of information. Tonight, we have decided to stay in on our last night (partly due to the key transfer that I don't want to make at 6:30 tomorrow morning) and enjoy an evening of appetizers and of course, wine. Thanks for 'following'us! See you all soon. Ardeth and ...