ETAP Hotel Paris Porte de St Ouen
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... while Mitch dashed up the stairs. Then helpful owner (and his cleaner) lugged our bags up the final flight. Lovely little apartment (essentially the upper section of the owners larger apartment downstairs) – as Mitch said – a bit dated, but a bit enchanting too! Apparently we are not to make any noise after 10pm (not usually a problem as we tend to be asleep by then anyway – although we seem to be adjusting to later French hours).
... things that Europeans coming into the Canada for the first time might say.
- 'bad wine'
- 'expensive cheese'
- 'water is free here?'
- 'you don't have to pay to use the washroom?'
- 'transit is so cheap'
- 'people here are quite large'
- 'does anybody smoke or have a lighter?'
- 'what does the word 'recycling' mean?'
- 'you can't walk on the road?'
- 'your roads are so wide'
... windscreen of the train at the tracks up ahead!
Tomorrow (Sunday) we are taking a trip to Versailles and then we have a twelve and a half hour flight to Singapore which doesn't leave until almost midnight. So with that and the time difference, I'm not expecting us to be feeling real flash when we get to Singapore. To be honest, I'd be very happy just to stay here in Paris if I could.
Cheers until next time...
... directions from the hostel to metro, but the signage was horrible, and I was sick of Paris' **** already, so I turned my compass app on and walked. It was 1.6 miles, but it didn't feel that long. Probably because it was nicer views than my hostel's area, which I refer to as French Scarborough. I got some clementines and the world's tiniest McDonald's coffee for breakfast. I ran into a 10k race blocking the street, so I had to wade through the runners ...
... down to the train station to catch our overnight train to Venice. We take the train back to Bastille and walk the ten minutes to our hotel. I manage to get the extra shopping into my backpack and we are on our way. We arrive at Gare de Lyon station and check in at the Thello office ( our train to Venice is the Thello) . Our train leaves at 8 pm & we must board at 7.40. It's only 6 pm so we have time to kill. We walk around looking at the shops and decide to grab something light ...