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It was a bit sad today to leave London as we were starting to find our grove with everything, however we are also ready for a break from shopping and to do some new things.Preferably things that don't involve an over crowded tube at 5pm!!
Another early start and we were off to gorgeous St Pancreas station to catch the train off to Disney.We had treated ourselves to first class for the journey, and although it was nice enough and ...
... We went inside the Louvre lobby but opted to cross some other stuff off of the list first as the sun had come out again and the lines at the Louvre (as you can imagine) were super long. The rest of the guys were supposed to meet us at Notre Dame but we all got there at different times and none of us have phones to use! Carrying on with our plans, Karliana, Aleks, and I went inside the Notre Dame and even sampled some bread at a bread festival going on outside the church. ...
... form a corridor from the Louvre to Place de Le Concorde. Parisians and other visitors alike were congregated around the major fountains in the area, warming themselves in the late evening sun on a cold and windy day.
From Place de Le Concorde, the Champs Elysees stretches down to the Arc de Triomphe. The famous avenue is bustling just like every other day as tourists and locals alike descend to its sidewalks. It is a shopper's paradise with big ...
At 11:30, we landed at Charles-de-Gaulle Airport, went through customs, and were on our way to find the train into Paris. Upon surfacing at Les Halles metro station (and underground mall), we found ourselves completely disorientated. Not wanting to turn on our phone data (incurring phone bill no one should ever see), we wandered the neighborhood until we found the fountain and red door of our apartment for the week at 1, ...
... and stood there, just admiring the engineering. We listened to a interview with an author who wrote a book about the Eiffel Tower. We learned a few fun facts about the tower, to include the existence of an apartment at the top. Dmitriy took some fantastic pictures of the tower, enjoying the changes in perspective from different angles. We walked under the tower and to the viewpoint behind it. I can never predict whether seeing ...