Hotel Marignan Paris
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... brave the crowds making their way to the 'Je Suis Charlie' rallies. We managed to get back to the hotel quite easily, but it was extremely exciting to witness the historic event of over a million Parisians all over Paris joining together in a show of solidarity against such terrible events.
The tour will be joining each other for dinner at 6:30pm in the hotel before making their way back to their rooms for much needed shut-eye. I would like ...
... were drinking espresso so,late...do they ever sleep?
Regarding sleep, I don't know what it is about Paris, the crepes, croissants, water with gas, or eggs with mayonnaise, but I have slept like a rock here each night and have had slow starts to my day. I guess this is what relaxing and being on my own schedule does. Although I didn't leave my hotel until after noon, I had a solid 10 hours out and about today.
After a brunch at the cafeteria next store ...
... might be losing, so it was a surprise to hear the end result.
I had spied a wee restaurant just next door to our hotel, so off we trotted, to find it closed. Oh well, there are plenty more around, and off we went. It proved not to be quite so easy. Most of the brasserie type places were packed with soccer watchers. We went into one place,had a look at the menu and walked out again. I felt that it was a waste to have ...
... that will take us. Bam! We thought we still had some chance of making it ... But no.. Major traffic due to an accident and crowding on the road because of train strike meant we missed our flight..... Wow! Feels good to get that out!
Sitting in paris airport (CDG) we hunt around for an air malta desk, none can be found. After much scrambling we managed to book another flight in 6 hrs time but that was at another paris airport (Orly) which was 3 trains and about 2.5 ...
... travellers followed like sheep till we got to the Palace, possibly about 500mts. Then the fun began for the next 1hr 20mins we lined up in a queue that snaked its way towards the entrance. Each part of the line was easily 150mts long, and there were 6 lengths in all, so I would say it was 1km at least by the time it reached the entrance. While working our way along the line we heard a number of police sirens, next thing these dark chaps were running for their lives. ...