Holiday Inn Paris Versailles Bougival
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... I could get one. Not bad, off I go, well that was a madhouse I waited and waited, tried three different places finally my turn, and OH! No! my passport was back on my bed at the Hostel and you cannot buy a SIM card without it---WHY???? I didn't ask! Walked back looking for a place to get more Euros, not successfully but I did get a ham sandwich to take back and share with that fully clean and rested roomie of mine. After we shared it we went back out , checked out ...
... Eiffel Tower. But to our surprise the line zipped through so quickly we barely managed to finish our breakfast before we began. We were thankful that the line moved quickly but would've preferred a bit more "digesting" time. Before climbing the many hundreds of stairs. We were also blessed to get reduced tickets as we are both under 25years old! Woo! After losing and eventually finding each other again at the top of the tower we soaked in as much of the view ...
... cheese, tasty but smelly. The smell even stopped her from going in. After an afternoon rest we head out for a late meal, about 9pm. Down or up Avenue Kleber we look for the Frog. On the way we observe families settling in for the night under the entrances to large buildings. We also see and smell puddles of urine as people must relieve them selves against building walls. Had typical pub food with World Cup ...
... was trying so ***********vince me global warming was real but I told him once he experienced a winter then he can come talk to me! We laughed it off but it got a little awkward. My Indonesian friend, Abraham, and I went to the Paris Catacombs. We arrived around 945 and there was already a line around the block! Fortunately, we were standing next to a New Zealand couple and we talked the entire time about travel, Disney, and work. When I mentioned I was thinking about going ...
... near the finish line. The Arc de Trimophe is a large monument in the middle of a large roundabout and a memorial for those who died in the French Revolution. After a long walk, we made it down Avenue Foch to the last roundabout. And stood for a while. Then he went by, for another few seconds. By now it was 1.30pm and the crowds had really built up. It was almost impossible to walk back along the road - totally jam packed with people waiting, finishing and ...