Hotel George Sand
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... full as today is a holiday. Arrived in Paris and decided to walk to hotel at Louvre which someone told me was. 2 miles. Welll not so much. It took us 1 1/2 hours to find the hotel walking through some not so good neighborhoods, we finally arrived at hotel. Found out it is only 2 1/2 miles. Took double decker bus tour to see Paris at night with all the Christmas lights or as they call it "de Noel". We passed the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triumphe and Champs ...
... had been in Barcelona and had a great time. They got in around 6 so we had a bottle of rose and headed out. Just as we did it started to bucket down so we hopped on a bus even though it was a fifteen minute walk to the restaurant. Sarah wanted to try snails so I decided on a very old 1870'ish traditional brasserie called Chartier. No bookings and a queue but only about fifteen minutes. Well the food was pretty ordinary but it had a good atmosphere and was very very ...
... had lunch instead. We have also discovered with three people a taxi is only a bit more expensive than the subway.
Paris has been freaking expensive so far as we drink and eat away our jet lag - we don't even bother converting back to NZD - otherwise that 14 euro cocktail might not get ordered. Moving on to Southwest France tomorrow to retrace some of my pilgrimage from last ...
Day 16: We woke up super early, so we could meet our new Tour Director and then made our way to the Eurostar train, which took us to Paris. Our timing was perfect, so we didn't have to wait very long before getting on the train. The seats were very comfortable, and I believe everyone got some sleep during the ride, which was awesome. The Eurostar does indeed go under water, but besides some major pressure changes, I didn't notice. There were ...
... in the street sort of programmed to live in perfectly synch without causing any harm avoiding each other at the right moment and let go without creating traffic jam or frequent accidents. Sort of every one understands each other and respect their space in the manner that server the best interest of traffic flow. The best panaramic view of almost entire city can be done from three locations: Eiffel Tower 360 degree from the top of tower ...