Hotel Gabriel Paris
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... a museum and then a walk through where some of the biggest finds have happened.
Back to the hotel to grab our bags and head to the airport for an overnight 11 hour flight to Paris. Hit Paris around 6:00 and was near 8:00 by the time we got to the hotel. They were nice enough to get our room available early so we had a coffee and a quick walk around the neighbourhood before checking in and heading to the Eiffel Tower ...
... the Exhibits and then we had another walk around the shops before heading to the hotel for a rest. Greg and the girls continued on as the girls had not been to The Louvre or inside the Eiffel Tower.
Today, we had an early start to drive the three hours to Calais to catch the ferry to Dover. We had a good crossing and just relaxed with other members of the tour group before having to say goodbye when we got to London. We had a large ...
Well I made it to Paris! So great to see it for myself. Climbed the stairs to the second level of the Eiffel Tower - what a magnificent structure. One of the highlights of the day was Les Invalides - the gold-domed building home to Napoleon's tomb.
Had some adventures on the Metro. Left my new Camelbak water bottle at the toilets in Gare Montparnasse. Went back to see the attendant and tried perdu eau bouteille! She ...
Seeing as it was our last day - I decided to do a bit more shopping - so we went back to Galeries Lafayette & a few of my favourite tiny Parisienne stores that, to me. My in-laws left a suitcase with us & I filled it with Parisienne fashions from my favourite French brands.
We'd worked up quite the appetite by that point - so we went for dessert first with one last Ispahan & tarte citron from Pierre Herme. ...
... bearings and navigating the roads till we found our apartment. Lucie met us there, gave us a quick turn of our new accommodation and parted ways, allowing us to kick back and explore our surroundings.
What a location! The apartment was a ground floor unit (no gadunkadunking our suitcases up staircases!) but it also meant we were a bit more exposed to street noises. It was located close to the Louvre, a short 5 minute walk away. Most apartments ...