Comfort Hotel Saint Pierre
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... little drama was behind us.
The flight back was uneventful, although we had the same cabin crew who remembered us. We must be pretty unique as they fly hundreds of people every day, and they remembered us from 5 days before.
In Dublin we found our car well and truly iced over, and sat shivering for a good 10 minutes before the car was warm enough to shift the ice from the windscreens. The weather on my phone suggested -4, home sweet home!
... was a chemist / pharmacist by the name of Nicholas Flamel. Now those who are harry potter freaks will apparently now this name as he is the alchemist out of the movie. We also got to see the Pompadeui (the modern art museum) and a number of little arcades where there are people who specialise in all sorts of ****. One guy is about 70 and he is an umbrella repair specialist for the rich and famous. Now you would have to put a fair bit of value on your umbrella to ...
... stop which connected to the metro, Gare du Nord. Oh and don't forget to grab a map of the Parisian transport system (RER/metro/bus) from the airport. Paris has a robust, sprawling metro system, pretty much like NYC, and with that map you can easily get from place A to place B.
Sights and sounds I saw/heard:
- Saw/walked along the Canal St Martin, which was near where I was staying.
- Walked along/explored few of the many ...
... view of all the major sights on offer. We alight at the Eiffel Tour for a first look before our pre-booked tour on Tuesday. After various photo shots (think leaning tower of Pisa), we walked to Rodin's Garden where the girls attempted to copy the various poses but unlike the statues they kept falling over due to their hysterical laughter! We walk "home" and after a quick dinner head off to the promised "carnivale" where the girls enjoyed ...
... how lucky we are to have been born in Australia. It all seems so far removed when we are tucked away in Perth but seeing their landscapes and towns reinforces the fact that there are people just like us who have incredible struggles every day. On arrival into Charles De Gaulle airport, we cleared immigration reasonably quickly and our bags came our immediately (again thanks to Angus' Frequent Flyer status!). We had to wait about 30 minutes for a cab that was big ...