Timhotel Paris XVII Bd Berthier
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I was so so so tired this morning and finally got a sleep in! Woooo hooooo definately need this. Once awake I caught up with home, facetime is so so amazing, being able to see and talk to the kids and my family has made this trip easier. I was really struggling with the thought of going on the Metro alone in Paris, but …
At the beginning of this tour I was always laughing to myself about how many time Sonia our tour director repeated instructions to our group, every time we got on the bus, got off the bus, was outside, was inside, had a sheet with all our times on it in every hotel. I just assumed it was for the oldies and ones that can't follow instructions …
... returning to the hotel, but the waiter was so rude we ended up leaving. We have found some very rude and unhelpful Frenchmen. We thought our customer service in Australia was a bit lapse but we ain't got nothing on the French, even at the hotel we feel like we are trying to draw blood when we want to know something.
We finally found a metro station and caught the train back to Victor Hugo, we then decided to find somewhere to get a small ...
... young man came back and said in English that they didn't have my colour! Over the road to Sephora and in luck. They also give out heaps of samples which is always handy and very welcome. Back to the apartment and we decided we would join Tim and a guy called Paul Henry at The Albion for lunch. Paul was once in charge of Wine Australia but is of course now a "consultant". Our table for four, became table for six with Margo and Romain joining ...
... larger than the auditorium and the ceiling was a relatively new painting by a modern art person that I didn't particularly love. It was a little bit out of place. I also learned that this was the opera house that inspired the phantom of the opera and the land underneath is a marsh which inspired the underground lake myth.
After the opera we looked around the Galleries Lafayette department store and had dinner at Hotel Du Monde which was amazing. We had ...