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((Sorry for the delayed post. I've had issues publishing.)) Today's adventures - Notre Dame Cathedral Tour - Sainte-Chapelle - Eiffel Tower Tour - Champ De Mars - Panthéon Another morning waking up at 8am with it pitch black outside. I'm beginning to think my clock isn't lying after all. After getting dressed, I went downstairs and had breakfast at the same cafe as yesterday. I had soft boiled eggs again. This time I boiled them the ...
... one of the tastiest. Twenty minute taxi ride to hotel on other side of town, right by the Eiffel Tower where we were last night. (Obviously we didn't plan our Eiffel tower outing too well.) Dumped luggage and walked about 30 minutes to visit the Rodin Museum which had both a beautiful garden as well as a museum full of his sculptures.
Dinner tonight was at Le Royal Cambronne, around corner of our hotel; best meal this week. ...
... tell me how awesome you think that sounds. Haha. It was ****!
Upon arrival in Paris, we still didn't know how to get to our hostel. It had been hard to work out which bus stop we were going to be dropped at. I thought I'd gotten it right but I hadn't. So here we were, somewhere in Paris, needing to be somewhere else, not knowing how to get there, no wifi and an almost flat phone. Luckily, there was a large shopping centre across the road that had ...
... switched lines. The short line was a fraction of the size. Our tickets were bought and we were on the first deck in less than a half hour and at the top within fourty-five minutes. We got to the top in time for sunset. As Daniel said "This is the perfect way to end our last day in Paris!" I am so thankful that we decided to go even though we thought there was little to no chance of actually going to the top of the Eiffel Tower. This was an experience of a life ...
... the Eiffel Tower, about an hours walk away. On the way I managed to get some new duds for the cabaret show tonight.
Walking towards the big metal spike, all along the roads were heaps cops in full riot gear, gas masks, shields, armor, the whole none yards. A couple of roads were closed and traffic cops directing traffic. Not thinking much of it, kept walking and after seeing more eventually asked what was going on and some French guy said it was the president ...