Hotel R De Paris
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... entire Japanese tour party, was wrapped up with a terrific three course meal and more red wine in sight of the Moulin Rouge - which offered an astonishing expensive dinner and show package, which I decided was an overly costly way to see some ladies' bloomers. I had seen what I wanted to see, kept my encounters with the natives to a minimum and successfully made it to the grubby Eurolines bus station for my overnight bus to London. God times he ...
... the cities - it can feel cramped and loud here at times. And you don't even need to take up smoking if you want to smell like a French person; the very air is pretty much pure cigarette smoke with a bit of smog mixed in.
The drivers here (especially the motorcyclists) are quite reckless - it's kind of astonishing that I haven't seen any pedestrians get hit. But the streets here ...
... time because our connecting flight to Paris was delayed an hour, maybe two. By the time we boarded I was so tired I couldn't compute just how late we were. Last flight was with Air seashelles. If you get the chance to fly with them, Don't! Highlight of the flight was a seat in the front row (extra leg room) low lights included the food, the service and they lost my luggage. Now I don't know who advised me to carry a change of clothes in my carry ...
Early morning walk by Josie and Guy to Sacre-Cœur, followed by another hunt for another early morning coffee that ended in vain. It's only been 8 days and Guy thinks he has eventually worked it out. Stop trying to fit our 7-7 culture into their 10-10 one. We did however find a great bakery open and brought some freshly baked croissants home - they almost drip with butter! Metro followed by train and we get to ...
... give you the bracelet; another scam.
We made a loop past the Sacre Coeur, through some touristy shops/cafes, and back to the metro. The cathedral was very nice. It had similar architecture as the Notre Dame. I was amazed at the stone art the most. These were pictures made by individually placed coloured stones. After leaving the cathedral, we made our way to one of the nearby (overpriced) coffee shops for a crepe snack. I had a ham, ...