Hotel Charing Cross
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Today we left about 9.30 am after a lovely breakfast in our hotel. We walked to Trafalgar Square and did a full run around the city on a bus tour to check out what sights we may wish to visit through the week.
I cannot list all the attractions we went past as there were just so many but I will give more information when we actually visit …
... all of you who wish to travel to Paris. These people are relentless. Later on in a day a man actually put something he was selling in front of my face, blocked my path and grabbed my arm. It took me shouting "no!" at him for him to leave me alone. The obnoxiously rude people in Paris would be the one thing I would change about the country.
Anyway I want to leave you on a more positive note for this blog, because there were so many positives about the week. My absolute ...
... and subtracted 2" from every dimension. When we first stepped on the plane, the familiar smell of recycled air made Justin feel queasy. He was sure he'd be reaching for the air-sick bags before the plane reached cruising altitude. However, in spite of the sardine-like accommodations and unnatural air, Boeing has done a spectacular job to make each passenger feel relaxed. The lighting, the 9' ceilings in the cabin and the quiet ride ...
... up to ma & pa's floor and knocked on their door.....and there we all were haha!
We sat and chatted for ages talking about our trip so far and things we've seen, and also how their Hong Kong stopover went.
We soon decided we needed to go out and explore Paris and of course get some lunch!
The weather here is a little up and down...one min it's sunny, the next it's drizzling and cold. It's more like spring weather than summer ...
... were being buried in mass graves. This meant that human remains were everywhere, so Paris began to smell pretty terrible and it was becoming a huge public health nightmare. Everything came to a head in 1780, when the walls of a restaurant cellar next to the Cimetiere des Innocents (Innocents Cemetery) collapsed because of the weight of the dead bodies behind it. As you can imagine, what made its way into the cellar was pretty awful and this unfortunately happened at other ...