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... a purse that she couldn't get out of her
mind and decided to buy it at the last minute. We almost missed the plane to
Athens because of the purchase. We were the last in line to make the plane and
scolded by the French flight attendant.
Arrived in Athens around 2:30, took the Metro to our hotel Acropolis Select which was in a ...
... a nice salmon entree, chicken main, and chocolate dessert with coffee and red wine. We all had a good laugh about the 'official portrait' that we purchased as there was funny looks and head distortions.
We had the choice of taking the prepaid Siene tour or going to the summit of the Tower. As the boat ticket was open ended and the night was clear, we decided to take advantage of being already past the longest line at the base. To add to ...
... wouldn't be the same throughout my stay. There was another man on the bus who spoke english and no French, and was actually being helped by another passenger, who would ask the driver his questions, receive no attitude, and then happily help the man. So she acted the complete opposite of the driver, so obviously this generalization about these people isn't always true. Once we got to the place we were staying, Tom went to sleep. I hung out, relaxed, and caught up on some ...
... carried on. The people are turned out in stylish clothing but in the mornings, the doorways and alleys reek of urine as the men just **** in the street. They may look beautiful but they behave a bit like pigs. Toilets are usually filthy and rubbish and dog pooh is often on the street. I would never walk in any liquid. However, I love the place and would come back in a heartbeat. London was great but Paris outshines it in my opinion.
... many antique shops where we all bought some treasures to take home to remember the happy weekend together.
So we woke up in Brighton, drove to Guildford after the stop in Lewes, caught the train to London and took the Eurostar back to Paris where we used the Metro Underground to get to our lovely ATC hosts in their apartment in the 5th Arrondissement where we will be for ten glorious days experiencing as much of Paris as we can fit in, or our weary feet will allow!