BEST WESTERN Hotel Marais Bastille
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... the aisle from us then started talking to us. At a guess they were well into their 70s, but still very well dressed (BCBG as the French say!), and the lady was very elegant with immaculate make up and not a hair out of place. Their elderly Yorkshire terrier was called Paddington J The lady had spent a year working in London when she was younger, and said she really loved the city. They gave us advice on where to go and what to see in Paris, and gave Adam advice on where to go skiing, as ...
... just how unfit we actually are we made it to the top and watched the round-a-bout of hell below, looked down the Champs Élysées and had a pretty decent view of the city. We could see the Eiffel Tower, Napoleons Tomb, Museum Orsay and the buildings of the city. Ash was hesitant to go close to the edge, fear of heights and all. Certainly made me glad we didn't go up the Eiffel Tower ;) We left the Arc de Triumph and headed down the ...
... busy roads meeting, makes for a frantic yet totally unique atmosphere. Next on the list is to tick off an area not far from the Champs, a speciality food district near the Operatic district. Lost again, turn a turn ask for further directions get lost gain, discover something new. We turned a corner and were confronted with the local police, the gendarmes, the undercover police and every other French security force - we have stumbled across the ...
... and turns as it travels, and you can see from end to end inside the car. The cars are also more spacious and quite chic in design.
The People: I think I mentioned in a previous post how everyone travels very silently and makes no eye contact with anyone else on the metro Actually its quite a skill. Considering that you're in such close proximity to so many people during rush hour, it must take some practice to be able to look through people and ...
... we went out to see the city. I knew I wanted to experience some authentic French food and we found just that. A restaurant which served most of the delicacies France has become known for. I decided on baby squid and wasn't disappointed. It was unique but good! Later that night we were able to meet American students studying in Paris and a few locals who could speak some broken English. It was a great talking to people who could ...