Campanile Maine Montparnasse
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Today we caught the bus in to the Eiffel Tower. Being th Aussie I am I decided to wear my thongs but after waiting half hour in the rain to climb the Eiffel Tower stairs I was sort of regretting that decision. Soon after though I lost all feeling in my feet so they didn't bother me to much for the rest of the day. The gruelling climb to the 2nd …
Today we woke up in Paris to another lovely cold day. Had buffet breakfast at the hotel. Had been warned that it won't be what we are used to but didn't realise until we actually experienced it. There was a selection of hard rolls and jams, pastry with some chocolate and some cereals. No toast, eggs or bacon! On quite empty stomachs we packed and …
... you a snippet (believe it or not) and consequently ran very much overtime.
I think our guide earn ’t every euro she would have been paid for that night tour.
OMG, I am sorry to have gone on about Jennifer, but seriously, she provided many hysterically funny moments for the rest of us which she will never realise, along with many frustrating and exasperating thoughts.
What a long but amazingly enjoyable day and night we have had being complete tourists in ...
So as our adventure continues, we catch our flight from Rome to Paris July 17th.
We had a prearranged driver pick us up at the hotel in Rome and take us to the Rome airport!
Worth whatever extra $$ we had to pay( it was included in our tour price) There is NO WAY we would have been able to make it via train with our luggage!
Anyway got all checked in early and then boarded when the time came.. 2 hour flight to Paris's smaller airport Orly ( south of ...
... directed to the next carriage up. Same story, so basically we (& a few others) just climbed on board with our luggage around us and the train left... In the end I came down to our seat with the hand luggage (ousting a couple of girls who belonged elsewhere & thought their luck had changed when they found our seats vacant) & Dave spent half the trip standing in the luggage bay looking after our bags. He came & sat with me for a little while & ...