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... the three of us ventured off into the rain (Kate with her heavy bag as was going back to London that afternoon) to go Les Catacombes, an underground cemetery created in the 18th century to solve the problems posed by Paris' overflowing cemeteries. We got there around 2pm and joined the queue to get tickets, it looked quite long but we decided to stick it out...an hour later and we were still a fair way from the entrance, Kate decided she didn't have time to wait any longer ...
... to eat. Found a small cafe near the assemble nationale (Parliament House) sandwich and the worlds most expensive coffee that wasn't even nice, €6 which equates to about $9. (Help - send more money). No mum that was just a joke - I am fine. Walked on to the next bus stop and traveled around the Trocadero (not sure what that is but it had an awesome view of the Eiffel Tower from there). Lots of photos and then we walked over the bridge to ...
... totally free - it was the government's attempt to curb the pollution levels in the city that had risen above Beijing's. Must suck to be Beijing, being the benchmark for having deadly air. Anyways, score for us! Good weekend to go, as it turns out. We didn't pay for any transport, but poor old Julie had a few puffs of the inhaler to keep her respiratory system somewhat functional. I have another idea about curbing pollution in France - perhaps ...
... home which drops us almost at our door. Recovery time! Decided to get this done while still fresh in my mind and Jeff went off to buy a Pariscope (shows everything that's in Paris for the week) and some fruit for brekky and also arrived back with a gorgeous bunch of white ranunculus, it's hard to walk past my florist Even without buying something! 7.45 and time for a cup of tea and half a bitter chocolate macaroon!!!!! This could be dinner! S ...
What a way to travel to Paris. Hopped on the fast train at Kings Cross Station and in a little over 2 hrs we were in central Paris. And only had to be at the Station 30 mins before departure.
Our hotel was just a couple of blocks from the Eiffel Tower and compared to our English hotel we were in luxury. The rooms were huge and the bathroom enormous. Very posh. We decided to go straight to the Eiffel Tower and boy she ...