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... some coffee and started following the public transportation directions they had sent us. We were meeting a friend of their's to get the keys to the flat - FIVE trains later, we were at the correct spot. Conor called the friend who was kind enough to come meet us outside of the metro (subway) station. Once we had the keys we had to backtrack just a bit to get to the apartment, but we did so without any hiccups. Thibaut and Eva were sweet enough to leave us with a whole pile ...
... and maybe even accidentally one of the Notre Dame. We then scooted across to a cafe for a warming coffee to gather our senses before the big cooking test, then into the "French" cooking class we went! The class is about three hours, and it goes pretty quick. You're kept busy cooking four different things - and jumping between stages of each recipe meant that at some point, I stopped knowing what we were cooking at any given time and just followed whatever directions ...
... gone by 18:00”; but she agreed to assign me a different room, as it turned out that I was pre-booked again in the back facing construction. I asked for a higher floor, facing the front, and got a room on the 6th floor facing the street with a side view of Gare de Lyon. The hotel has an elevator. The room was very quiet, and I liked it much better, but it was in the attic, so the ceiling was angled at one side of the room. There was no central heat but an electric ...
... the river until we came to Notre Dame Cathedral. Lines to get in but the wait was well worth it. Those stained glass ‘rose’ windows are amazing. The size, architecture, fabric of the Church, the Church furniture and other decorations are truly spectacular.
Our next building was City Hall. Again another spectacular building. Of course it is not open to the public. Simple fountains are around ...
... in France use their blinker?". Sam made a comment a while back that the French are apparently known for their penchant for flouting the law, and I have seen a reasonable degree of evidence for this.
Found our accommodation and settled in without too much fuss, though the lack of disabled access at metro stations makes lugging 2x25kg suitcases a little awkward. Our accommodation is quite nice as has a great view of the Eiffel tower, however we have to ...