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... After that we went to the toilet which had a massive line and self-cleaned after every person used it so it took us forty minutes by my count to use it. After that we walked down the main street, which was just filled with touristy shops etc and got the tube home. We stopped for a drink around the corner from us which was very cheap but had a poor selection; about three beers and lemonade on tap, no cider for Nim. Something is always going on ...
... spears and swords, marks from shell casings and rust and blood from continuous use. We also saw a shrine to Napolean, or Napolean's tomb, where Hitler once visited and climbed the steps that so many people do today. We finished our tour at the Eiffel Tower. Afterwards, we attended a play called "How to become Parisien in one hour?" making fun of tourists and rude ...
... in the week. We took the metro to the Arc de Triomphe, which took a bit of doing. The station seems to spread out quite a bit underground and we had to go up and down lots of steps to get to the right platform. I didn't see any escalators or lifts so I don't know how you are meant to do it in a wheel chair and it would be a nightmare with heavy luggage. Once we were eventually on the train a busker got on a played rather bad music very loudly. He didn't get anything when he ...
The high speed TGV train sped us off to Paris amid increasing cloud cover and dropping temperatures. Avignon runs about 10 degrees warmer -- and drier -- this time of year, so we left a sunny 73 and arrived in a rainy 63.
Navigating a major train station beneath one of the world's 10 busiest airports required an internal compass, some luck, and the good fortune of a well-placed Information stand. We fly out of Paris early in the ...
Early start meet the tour group at 6am and left on the bus for Dover where we hopped on the ferry and took us across to France. Hopped on another bus and met our bus driver Robbi and drove 4 hours to Paris. Arrived at our hotel and checked in before walking across the road for a welcome tea, snails, onion soup and meat and pasta for tea. We then got back on the bus and drove around Paris listening to French music while Jen our tour guide pointed out the ...
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