Est Hotel Paris
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... of time and they came out perfect. Yesterday, they were over easy. I couldn't eat them. As I ate breakfast, I planned my day. I knew my reservation to tour Eiffel Tower was at 11am, so I need to make sure I got there in plenty of time. It takes about 20 mins by metro. Because they were in close proximity, I wanted to. Finally get to tour Notre Dame Cathedral and the lesser known Church, but just as magnificent, the Sainte-Chapelle. ...
... to bed as tomorrow we meet up with 60+ of our friends from Singles on Sailboats to board buses that will take us to the boats we will be living on for the next week as we barge down a canal. Good-bye Paris! As Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald would say, "I love Paris in the spring time . . . . I love Paris every moment."
... wifi. We headed in for a coffee, sat down next to a power point and began to get ourselves together.
It was fairly easy to navigate the Paris metro and we found our way to our hostel without a hitch. It was still quite early, too early for check in, but we were hoping we could leave our backpacks there and take a shower. They were nice enough to let us and it brought me back to life again after that long bus trip.
There were wifi problems ...
... is shall we say, quirky in some warped bohemian stylist Parisian sense. By now the bells are getting on to seven so we decide to wander through the area called Montmartre then way way up to the Basilica Sacre-Coeur, more than a few of our mates with similar thought patterns. Yes, the views over Paris are outstanding, believe it is the highest ground in all of Paris. Note for our tout mates from all over, if you want to flog stuff it has to be the gear that the punters are ...
... important in town.
Getting closer to the tower I stopped to ask one of the guys in armor what was best way to get to it, after giving me directions I also inquired as to why there was so many of them around. Turns out the other guy we asked was wrong as he motioned down the road "the uprising...".
I'm not sure how I managed to miss it before, but looking to the end of the street was smoke, flares, cops, people yelling and carrying on. Looked pretty much ...