Holiday Inn Paris Montparnasse Pasteur
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... airport. And along with our not-so-great-luck for Paris, we were headed there with no where to stay; the woman who I had booked a room with in her apartment cancelled on me the night before, and I still hadn't heard back from anyone else. The one good thing about our flight there, though, was the little boy sitting across from us. Although Tom was in no mood for babies, I made faces at this little boy and he would mirror me. His fish face was hysterical. When Tom went to ...
... of a queue because we wanted to take the stairs to the second floor. It was a really nice view (700 stairs and thats only to the second level). We were going to go to the top by lift by they had closed the ticket office because of congestion on the top level and also level 2. I know this will sound whingy but these are my thoughts...France reminds me of a third world country, or at least a little away from the Tower. Zebra crossings dont mean that cars will give way. French ...
... to be a huge gathering of people. We decided to wander through whilst searching for the metro station. There were a couple of small open bars down on the waterfront selling food and drinks but most people were just walking about or sitting on the curb whilst carrying bottles of rose coloured wine. It was a very cool atmosphere and something which would be great in Perth. If only Perth would relax its public drinking ...
... The church was very badly damaged in the war, with the roof collapsing and most of the windows destroyed, but has been rebuilt. The mayor welcomed us in the chateau with champagne and nibbles, and we had a tour of the building. It is now used as a reception venue, but Louis XIV stayed there at one time and it had been a grand residence. From Tilloloy we headed back ...
... During the day Nick took our group around, he was born in Wales, although his accent is very British and had been living in Paris for 11 years with his Parisian wife. (need to get map and work out where we went) He had lots of different stories to tell about the buildings, Louis XIV, XV and XVI and Paris in general. Gave some great tips of what museums to go to which was great because that was going to be my plan ...