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... to do then was make the difficult decision of what we could do next out of a wide range of options. We went for an explore, and ended up at le Grand Palais and next to it, Le Palais du Découvert, a science museum. Starting off with a fascinating section on human biology (all in french which was a little changing to say the least), we then headed onto an earth and space section, where a giant moon and sun were stuck to the wall, as well as it having real live space rocks that ...
Today was a slow day, eating and ambling, eventually riding some, and now writing this--anything to postpone packing! We had a slow start, spending some time downstairs trying to print boarding passes before realizing we weren't in that 24 hours or less window yet. We requested that the gal at the front desk make us a taxi reservation for very early tomorrow morning. We finally found Bagelstein open, and shared a toasted bagel with cream cheese. Even French bagels are ...
... section on its basement level. We wandered through neighborhoods on our way back to the hotel and a thunderstorm blew in. We pulled out our water resistant hoodies and stopped for a Nutella crepe - DELICIOUS. We stopped at Shakespear's Bookstore and did not buy a first edition Madeline book for $350. We will be touring a little more of Paris tomorrow and then taking the high speed train to ...
So today I got up, showered, rang Air France and Etihad and picked two more fights....still no bags. I had hoped to spend today seeing the catacombs, Sacre Coeur and Monmarte, but as it now looks like I will be without luggage for several weeks (if at all) I thought it might be best to go buy some clothes. I put in a call to my insurance company to find out exactly what I was covered for. The guy at Global Nomads was able to give me the number for the Etihad service desk ...
... hand. It cost Eiffel 30 million dollars to build as the fair only contributes 18%. Structures are usually torn down after the fair but Eiffel did a deal to keep it up for 20yrs to get his money back by charging people to go up it in elevators. It only took 6 months for him to recover his costs & the rest of the years were profit until he handed it over to the government. Otis was the only lift company that could make an elevator that could change angles on the way up. One of ...