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... the city. I probably slept a totally of 6 hours over three days, but it was totally worth it. I truly loved the experience, but am so happy to be back in Dublin. I was already nervous about going, but am really glad that I did get to experience it and to see Emily and Becca. The City of Lights will always be my first real travel experience on my own, and its pretty cool that it gets to be Paris. Sleep is much needed after this adventure!
... ceilings, and stained glass windows were impressive. Straight down the hill, pass the street sellers, was a strip of tourist shops - all open on Christmas day. Keely got a "selfie stick' like Jessamy, and the others get the necessay Paris trinkets. It was then on the train to Notre Dame, which we eventually found after a walk the wrong way around the block from the 'Cite' train station. It was here that we encountered our first Parisiene line ...
October 18 This morning we got up early to get our stuff ready to head to Paris. Unfortunately, Tom was sick from the food we are the night before, so it wasn't too great of a morning. On top of that, after getting to the train station that we needed to be at to get to the airport, the ticket machine that we ordered our tickets on was super slow, and then failed to print. So, we missed the first train to the airport. We made the next train, and ended up having plenty of time ...
... but it would have meant waiting for another hour and a half so we collected a couple of audio guides. You really wouldn't believe it but we still managed to constantly go in the opposite direction to where we should have gone. My favorite exhibits would have to have been the Roman and Grecian sculptures followed by Napoleon III apartments. Just pure opulence and incredibly beautiful. Four hours was about all Doug could cope with and it ...
I know you're going to pooh pooh this idea but I've decided we're going to do a dinner cruise on the Seine. You're probably thinking it'll be average food and a fairly rushed dinner, but the one I've chosen (Le Calife) has a 93% rating on TripAdvisor from over 500 reviews so I'm hoping it will it be pretty good. We're not doing it until Friday which is our last night in Paris so I'll let you know how it turns out. ...