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We're here. The TravelinTurners have arrived in Paris. After lots of planning and waiting we pulled up at Charles De Gualle International Airport at 6:20am local time…about 2:20pm Sydney time…pretty much 24 hours after we left.
The Hong Kong to Paris leg was tough going. 12 hours in our comfy economy seats trying to get some …
Departed Amsterdam on the IDBus and set out to Paris. The bus cheap, nice and comfy and the driver a real character. We realised we made it to Paris when the traffic stopped on the freeway. Of course the bus set down on the other side of Paris to where our apartment was so we hopped a taxi instead of trying to work out the metro. Sacre Bleu no WIFI …
... anytime. You sit down for dinner and someone lights up next to you. Thank goodness Sydney has changed .
We walked on and visited the Jardin des Plantes. I was disappointed with this as it seemed in need of a lot more attention than most of the other gardens I have seen in Paris. There are a lot of plant varieties but it lacks upkeep.
We walked on back to our hotel which was some distance. A storm was looming large and we literally just made ...
... the scaffolding that conveniently went right up to both of the rooms we occupied. But it was unnecessary because, by some miracle, we got back into our hotel past the "curfew" and got to sleep a little bit.
But then, 3 hours later, I had to get up to get to the airport. We walked to catch an ...
... ended we gave tips to the guide and I
suggested we all went to lunch together. Most people were keen so we went to Le
Relais Gascon and I ate a tartiflette. Everyone was really glad I suggested
lunch together, and I was happy to bring people together. The two Belgian
people worked in health and said that Belgians liked caring for people – how nice
is that? The American was a physiologist and has done the Camino de ...