Orly Superior Hotel
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... to meet up to practice French etc. I need to look into those. Highlight of my night was probably talking to one of my best friends from back home (Luke) who gave me good advice about my foot and generally inspired me. I was much happier than the last two days as I think the homesickness started wearing off.
Thursday, I planned on eating lunch with another friend I met at the crous (the cheap cafeteria that I'm in love with for students.) Unfortunately, ...
Yesterday the Musee D'Orsay was closed, so we went the Louvre. Today the Louvre was closed so we went to the Orsay. Such a fine calculus, this vacationing. We both preferred the Orsay with its line-up of late 19th Century heavyweights. We also went to Notre Dam, two centuries in the making, homage to Mary ("when I find myself in times of trouble...") and an essential part of any visit to Paris. Next we visited the Saint Chapelle, a ...
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Braved the metro, and caught a train up to Montre Marte to see Moulin Rouge, and the Sacre Coeur. That part worked well, buut we got lost trying to find the Moulin Rouge, so wasted a bit of time wandering around trying to find it. It was not open yet, so could not enjoy the show - at > 200 Euro per person, it would want to be a good show anyway!
... Palais, the Opera (where we learnt about the history behind the Phantom of the Opera) and Louvre and then stopped off at the Eiffel Tower for a dinner break where we refuelled on waffles and CHURROS!
From here we journeyed to an area called Montparnasse where we were surprised with tickets to the rooftop deck of Paris' one and only skyscraper. The view was breathtaking! We could see a complete 360° of Paris. From the the Arc de Triomphe to the Eiffel Tower ...
... in the Carrousel du Louvre. We all enjoyed delicious macarons from Ladurée!!! That was definitely a highlight for many. We ended our first day with dinner in a traditional French restaurant enjoying salad, pork and potatoes, and a crepe with chocolate. After successfully navigating the metro and RER ( train), we arrived at our hotel. I think we will all enjoy a good night's rest after making it through such a long day! À la ...