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... we bought baguettes from a boulangerie nearby and ate them in the garden while looking at some of Rodin’s sculptures.
Audrey, Esther and I were also lucky enough to be taken to EuroDisney! We had so much fun, and the Ratatouille ride was everyone’s favourite. That night, I also had a sleepover at their flat. We’ve done many things, so I won’t list everything. Mum and I have been shopping (and I bought a beautiful French jumper), ...
Your blogger has arrived in PARIS! Apologies for falling behind on Vienna entries which will be added to later. Yesterday's travel day was exhausting. It turns out that AirBerlin, '70's Formula One legend Niki Lauda's airline (he was horribly burned in a race crash but eventually retired to become a successful businessman), may be a cheap but a crazed way to fly.
Here's a shot of Paris' Mongolian Wrestler in the Pantheon's Plaza near my hotel.
... lunch. From the markets we bought a baguette, sliced meat, cherries, and two tarts. After about 40 minutes of shopping we hopped back on the bikes and road to the Chateau Gardens. The Chateau is a big palace where kings and queens of France used to live and the gardens surrounding it were amazing. We didn't ride very fast which was good and every now and then we stopped and the guide told us stories about Frances ...
... on one of the RER
fast trains to the Gare du Nord.
Fortunately, my Eurail pass covers me from CDG to GND so I put it to use
straight away. I’m staying at the
Vintage Boutique Hotel, which sounds like a 5* name but it’s just a
hostel. I’m in a dorm of 10 people but
it’s only cost me €20/night and I figured it’d be a good way to get to know
... other parts of Sully I wanted to see where the ancient Egyptian artifacts. Many of these were taken by Napoleons men when they also absconded with the Rosetta Stone. There were multiple sarcophagi and one complete mummy (no daddy), this exhibit was used to explain mummification. My plan was to work from Sully to Richelieu and cross over on the second floor where there are art works from ...