Adagio Access Paris Tour Eiffel Saint Charles
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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 …
Day 1 in Disneyland - Liam was up early, surprise surprise! After a good breakfast and dressed in thermals we crushed onto the bus to head off to the parks. We headed to "discoveryland" area and our first ride was interactive with Buzz lightyear laser blade shooting at targets while spinning in a car - Liam thought it was great, I think Rob had fun too. The next choice of ride Liam was too short (some have height restrictions). On day one we ...
... If you have not spoken English for a week or so in this city, I can see why you might say yes. But saying no has the effect of them moving quickly to the next target. Police are busy pursuing main African illegal traders carrying bundles of cheap images of the Eiffel Tower or bottled water. Warning signs for pickpockets are everywhere and we are extra cautious about our bags.
we decide to stick with the bus and we jump on a ...
... that piece intrigued me since I only have so much time to write the blog! Hopefully the pictures speak for me! I left the Louvre once the Asian invasion occurred. They all came at once in huge groups and began crowding each piece and taking individual pictures with it. Then came the screaming kids who I know don't care nor know the history and prestige of the artwork. I grabbed a crepe on the way to the Tuilles gardens and sat down next to the fountain. I sat there for almost an hour ...
... Some suburbs are not very nice at all, others are amazing. Professional beggars and Gypsies everywhere, can't seem to do a thing without being asked by someone for money. The food is great yet expensive depending on where you eat. All in all it's something I'm glad I have done, however it's not something that I would rush back too do ...