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We packed our bags ready to leave at lunch time today. We went down and enjoyed our last breakfast, we had had a busy, but productive visit to Paris. We didn't need to be out of our rooms until midday so we could sort ourselves out at our leisure. Diane and I went back up to our room, cleaned our teeth and finished packing our bags. We decided to …
... after lunch, as we struggled in finding our hotel. Thankfully, Lauren's google maps worked! We walked a pretty good distance and eventually found our hotel.
The hotel was very different, but cute in its own unique way. Each floor had a different lighting color, and there were comic pictures hanging all over the place. We were a little concerned at first, but it ended up being very nice and right next to a metro stop. Once we took a breather and dropped ...
Our last day in Europe as we fly out to Dubai in the morning. We started the day with a train trip to Charles de Gaulle - Etoile for a walk down the Champs élysées and a stop in the Disney store. We headed back down to the metro and found ourselves in the wrong passage and came up at the arc de triomphe. There was a huge queue to climb to the top but went back down and found the metro. Next stop was the Galleries Lafayette near the Opera. All high end names and full of ...
... long line. When we got in the church Erin and I prayed.
Later that day, after wandering around the Champs Elysees for a little bit, four of the girls and I found our hostel and finally got to relax for a bit. For dinner we went to a Corsican restaurant where I had a wonderful penne and basil dish with corsican beer. The waiter must have really liked Erin because he gave her a free fish and it was the funniest thing.
The next day ...
... by doing that we would also have more time to do what we wanted. We left the hotel to go into Paris and planned to stop for sushi. But when we got into the little mall by our hotel, we also saw a Middle Eastern restaurant, Pico, advertising as Lebanese. The food was delicious. We both got vegetarian platter with a falafel ball, hummus, baba ghanouj, another eggplant dish, spicy okra, and ...