Fraser Suites Le Claridge Champs-Elysees
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... In addition, I always heard the French weren't the greatest at hospitality and its true. I can't say I have met 1 friendly French person yet (our tour guide was German). I am sure they exist and that people living in the city have a different attitude than the rest of France, but it doesn't make you seem welcome. So after my first day in Paris, I was wondering what all the hype was about. I couldn't understand why everyone loves this city so much. ...
... empty museum (for this time of year), was a sea of people. Feeling pretty bad that we told Gerard to go see it .. "don't worry, Gerard, it is deserted this time of year". So we had a coffee at the cafe nearby, then spent the couple of hours we had browsing the Printemps and Galeries Lafayete grand magasins. Kylie took a bunch of photos of ...
... ended at the Eiffel Tower, things were very very busy down there! Jarrod had already been up the tower with Dragan yesterday, so Fiona and I went up without him , and he waited in the rain (it rained all day long) with his umbrella. Fortunately the lines weren't too bad and we managed to get right up the top - I'm not going to lie, my hands were sweating a bit going up that elevator... It's a bit freaky!!! After this, we headed home for ...
... my way to Kings Cross/St. Pancras via the Northern line where I go through immigration (very similar to a flight, just no removal of shoes at security) and wait for my train out. Naturally, I had purchased a seat in the last car, trying to live White Dress word for word.
The train is relatively nondescript and very uneventful, a nice change from the travel nightmares of Newark airport and NJ Transit. ...
... the french language and culture. This has been confirmed over the last couple days, but it really does make an incredible difference simply by being able to have a little bit of conversational french up your sleeve - they seem to appreciate that. In the very short amount of time Lauren and I spent on the train coming in to Paris, we had numerous people come up to us and speak french and ask for directions because apparently, we look french and not so touristy - ...