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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we were climbing the Eiffel Tower today. To get there and back we had to take the Metro. I have already told you that it is a lot more confusing than Italy, but we never got lost. Have I told you I love having a car? It seems that the farther you go down, the filthier it gets. We kept walking down, and down, and down, and down steps, and it started to smell like..... you don't want to know. The Eiffel Tower was so cool! I never thought I will actually climb it, since I have ...
... Japanese man asked us for help (error!) and caused us to miss the train by seconds. Luckily they run every 15 minutes.
Shockingly enough (despite booking a hotel there) getting off at Villepinte was an error....its just a big carpark. So back on the train we went to Parc des Expositions. We found nearly every exit to the station closed and when we got on the street it was a ghost town of large avenues and corporate offices. We knew our hotel ...
... to Gare du Nord so we could book tickets for our train ride to Calais tomorrow morning. A huge station on 3 levels - a bit like an international airport in some ways. Eventually we got the tickets booked (after a few questions and queue waiting). Paid .70 € each to use the toilet - but we're happy paying as it guarantees a clean and serviced toilet (dearest we've paid is €1.50 - at the Louvre). Next we took the metro to Chateau Rouge ...
... the Metro. A glass of red wine sustained us, for the time being anyway.
For dinner we tried a Cantonese BBQ restaurant that we noticed on yesterday's travels, opposite St Severin Church in the Latin Quarter. On the way home, on the Metro, we were serenaded by a street entertainer playing the accordion in French style. I suppose because we took notice of him, he came up to us and discreetly asked us for a donation. He earned it, so we obliged. A nice way to finish off the ...
... so he can complete the work. It doesn’t really feel like we’ve moved in, and my dutiful wife will have to deal with that for a week before leaving to meet me in France. She quipped to me that I always do that to her when we move in a new house: have the movers fill the house with boxes and then I leave for Africa or somewhere and she does the lion’s share of the unpacking and organizing. She said it as a joke, but it’s actually pretty true, though not ...