Hotel Aurore Montmartre
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Found my way to Terminal 1 at Paris via the shuttle train and checked in with plenty of time for the 11:00am departure to Singapore, the SQ335, an Airbus A380. As I had booked this flight on points using the LifeMiles programme in Business, I was able to gain access to the Star Alliance lounge and enjoyed some breakfast. The flight departed on time, and I enjoyed the excellent Singapore Airlines service, and some sleep in my comfortable lie flat bed. Dinner ...
... is closed on the main streets, although the back streets of Montmartre do have character.
It was back on the metro to our side of town and luckily we made it home just before the metro shut down for the night. Fortunately on weekends trains run a little later than during the week or we would have been stranded.
Another very, very late night, but we had a another great day!!
After Paris we will definitely have to slow ...
... made it without any retracing of our steps. Perhaps a few extra loop a rounds, but no retracing.
Welcome with a big friendly smile at the Joyce Hotel, we settled in to our 6th floor room easily. In a part of Paris that is close to the places we like, the next few days are likely to be filled with walking, drinking of double espressos and soaking up the atmosphere of this place.
Catch ya later alligators :)
I'd arranged to catch up with Nok to say goodbye as it was my last night in Paris. I told him I had a spare hour as I needed to do my washing and get it dry and start packing in order to get away early in the morning to meet Karen at Charles de Gaulle airport. We caught up in the central area and I met his friend Tony then we went for a drink and some eye-opening but fun conversation. We enjoyed it so much that I decided to forget about washing and drying clothes before midnight - I ...
... it's off to Phantom Manor which was far too scary to take Maclaren on and quite frankly, not worth all the hype it gets. A quick spin around Boot Hill which is really just an extension of the Phantom Manor theme and then up to the Frontierland Depot Train Station to catch the train around the park. Along the way though, we ran into Pluto, Smead (Captain Hook's helper), and Gideon (the cat from Pinocchio). Maclaren was really excited to see Pluto (she calls him ...