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We rose early to make our 6am flight from Dublin to Paris, all sleepy eyed we boarded the flight. The flight itself only took an hour and a half, but unfortunately Billy threw up after landing. This however, meant that not long after he was very hungry.
We caught the train into Paris from the Charles de Gaulle airport, at which Annabelle decided that Paris was ugly, dirty and covered in graffiti. This wasn’t helped as we jumped off the train at Chatelet les Halles ...
... inside them. I got to see some people's pictures though so that was good enough for me at the time haha. After that we headed back to the hotel and were set free for dinner. Cheyenne and I grabbed some champagne, cheese, and crackers for dinner. We sat in the hotel room and ate it. After dinner we had to head back to the bus for a night tour of the city. I was nervous it was not going to be tun and we were going to be stuck in traffic but it actually turned out pretty fun. ...
... stop on the way home for mussels and frites.
After 10 days of markets, walking, gardens, walking, cafes, walking, dinners, walking, the Dali Museum, walking, wines/beers/pastis, walking, cheeses, charcuterie, walking, and more walking, Christopher left to go back home and we collapsed. Just resting for a day is not so ...
... in the fat which drips from chickens on the rotisserie above, but resist. It smells so good. This is France! This is why I want to keep coming back!
We continued on over the Pont de Bir-Hakiem, a double deck bridge with the railway up above the roadway. The sun sparkled on the river and the city, and as usual I've underestimated how far it is, miss the steps down onto the island, and we walk a long long way on ...
... Lisa, so we skipped a lot of rooms to get to it. I had really high expectations for the Mona Lisa but was dissapointed when I saw it. It was minuscule compared to the pieces in the previous rooms. In order to see a whole painting in most rooms, I literally had to view it from the other side of the room. The Mona Lisa was tiny in comparison and was shielded behind glass, so it was hard to see because of the glare. It was impossible to get up to it at ...