Comfort Hotel Place du Tertre
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... It was made it an old train station so the atmosphere of it was incredible. It was honestly so big though. I wish we could have done it a different day than the Louvre because I was so dead by the time we got there I couldn't really appreciate it. I made myself look around for as long as I could and then headed to Sacre-Coeur with Cheyenne and Stephen. Sacre-Coeur was incredible. It was like a whole new city of Paris. People were on every street and there was a ...
... groundwork on how to get around and about in these cities, not much planning about "things to do" in the respecitive cities. Yep, I was pretty much gonna wing it and figure it out on the go.
How to get into the city from the Airport:
When I landed in Charles De Gaulle, I just followed the signs for trains to the station at CDG itself. You can get the regional train (They are called the "RER"'s) RER A from CDG, into Paris.
I think I got off at ...
... of stairs which was 99 steps!!!! That is what you call pure madness up a narrow wooden spiral staircase with over 100 kilos of luggage but we made it. Don't even want to think about bringing it all down again!
They still had to clean the Apartment before we could make ourselves at home so we got the internet code as I had to check into my flight for tomorrow, quick toilet stop and we left them to it.
Danita had the whole day planned out and I remembered I ...
... lines I had to wait in each took 3 years. And for some reason, the other people there didn't understand the concept of a "line"; just a crowd of people standing so insanely close to each other, and when a gap appeared, you had to seriously fight to move those three inches forward. Some middle age guy totally cut me, and then let about ten people in front of him. I didn't understand what was going on most of the time. And I'm pretty sure that each time the crowd ...
... Bastille anymore, but there is a column in the center of the square marking the spot of the famous prison that once stood there. We walked south to the River Seine and did what Parisians do on Sunday, strolled the riverbank and just relaxed. Lots of people were roller-blading, walking dogs and children and riding bikes.
We then arrived at the Hotel de Ville, the city council ...