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... for about 1.5 hours, and stopping for some lunch. Liam was fantastic pulling his case with only a couple of times saying how much longer! I have to admit I almost said it at times.
The Hotel de la Tour Eiffel is a quaint little hotel that is a close walk to the tower, friendly staff and breakfast is served in a tiny bakery/cafe down the street.
So our first night we walked out to see the big tall tower - a little impressive at night.
... than a croissant and jam. It reminded me that the last time I was in Paris, I did the same thing. Lets face it, pizza is perfect food regardless national borders.
Added a Pepsi to the bill and happily started the stroll back to the subway. The neighborhood along the canal was starting to liven up. I came across some sort of save the world swap meet. Looked like a **** swap but one man's junk...on the other side of the canal was a small ...
... decorated in pink toilet roll wallpaper, with a display cabinet of a range of quality bathroom fittings you may purchase. The washing area is equally extravagant and you are even availed of the opportunity to purchase packs of 6 toilet rolls in almost any colour you could think of including a fluoro range to take home, sweet home. Turned out to be worth the 2E in entertainment alone, let alone the practical purpose of it all. And no I did not purchase a pack ...
... We had breakfast there at a French franchise boulangerie who had a French version of Basil Fawlty. Not that he was rude, but all the movements and mannerisms made me think he had modelled himself of John Cleese, or vice- versa! Fun to watch, anyway. I had been told that the Eurostar closes it's doors at 30 secs before departure time and off it goes at the exact minute, as it all computerised, so we wasted no time as soon as they called the platform. You go through ...
... city's deceased. Under darkness, every night for 2 years, the unearthed skeletons were transferred from the cemeteries to the site of the Catacombs in a a carriage draped with a black cloth. A priest followed the hearse in a solemn procession. The remains of many French elite and the French mathematician, Pascal, along with 6 million others are found in this underground ossuary, 20 meters below the streets of Paris.
It was ...