Beaugrenelle Saint Charles
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... So yeah I ended up not finishing that when I had planned to haha but Emma and I had a great night with my housemates and ate another mountain of cheese. For all intents and purposes though lets pretend I was actually better at life and did it then because I will probably need a couple of attempts to discuss everything I have been up to in the last few weeks. So… I guess lots has happened in Lyon too before I departed Eurotripping again. La Fête des Lumières ...
... of Paris, and being proper tourists taking thousands of photos at the Sacre Coeur. We got a brilliant view of the city from up there. And, this was the moment I had my first ever glimpse of THE ACTUAL EIFFEL TOWER. I know it's not that exciting to anyone else. But I was seriously ******* excited about seeing that rusty piece of ****. So after a day of wandering in the rain, we decided to check it out at night. Amy, bless her, has already ...
Today we walked along the Seine to the Eiffel Tower where we had a breathtaking view on a crystal clear balmy day! Boys loved the experience - glad we pre bought tickets and skipped the 2 hour wait! Wandered back devouring macarons baguettes and enjoyed a dinner of cheese and Moët at our window! ...
After not been too excited about London and then falling in love, having always dreamt of Paris and it's beauty, I was extremely disappointed. We woke up at 5am again and checked out and jumped on the bus for our first leg. We crossed the sea by ferry at Dover which apparently boasted the white cliffs of Dover but were actually really **** and spent a couple of hours on this ship eating really bad breaky food. Fried bread was the highlight. ...
... that Boston is very European, and he was surprised I didn't like France. He said I should have spoke Spanish, and than they would have liked me better. We talked about his life, and his wife who was there too, who was a cardiologist. They were coming back from Denmark, where they had given a talk about medicine and their findings. It was a great conversation, and he was probably around 70. They were so friendly, and also told me ...