Hotel de la cite Rougemont
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... metro to Montmatre.
It is just a boring viewing place where my mum and dad decided to go. We walked around the streets.
I thought Paris was as good as I had thought, because the Eiffel tower was massive .
It is two meters higher then Q1. And in the Lourve we saw the most famous painting in the world.
And Christmas was different but still very fun as always.
I loved Paris so much.
... The other tasting was the macarons. This was apparently one of the first and one of the top supermarkets in Paris and the prices reflected this. We all had our one macaron each and we quietly discussed what we though. I have actually never had one and to be honest, I don't know what all of the fuss is about. Now back to the stuff we also saw, there was the cathedral of Magdelaine, the oldest house in Paris from 1400 something. The house was actually owned by a ...
... the parade trail, near the entry way to a cafe. Everything was going well until suddenly hundreds of people had the same idea as I did and started to push and shove in order to make their way onto the sidewalk. After various failed attempts to get out of the crowd, that was completely cutting all entry of air into the area, I decided to do the next best thing and crowd surf my way out. *Thank you all those rowdy teenagers at shows for teaching me how to get out of ...
Woke up at 5:30am today as it was finally time to begin our 5 week tour! We had a bus ride to Dover where we caught a ferry across to France. It was a bit bumpy so I had to keep moving around to distract myself - was a nice experience but was happy to get off after 2 hours :) got to see the white cliffs of Dover as we departed. We ...
... at everything but we were on a mission. Closer to the gate, I stood on uneven ground and before I knew it down I went. Luckily my hands were in my pockets so I did my best stunt fall rolling on my back to protect my phone and camera which were in my pockets. Phew - no casualties and no twisted ankle! As we got closer we knew we should have got here earlier as there were hundreds and hundreds of people already in line - funnily enough mostly Japanese!! It took nearly 40 mins to ...