Hotel des Tuileries
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... an espresso) that was one of the best things I've ever eaten, and then got a macaron for dessert before heading back to the hostel, picking up my backpack, and hopping on a train to Germany. I didn't get to visit the Catacombs, but I really enjoyed my stay in Paris. Everyone says Parisians are really rude, and that's not generally what I found to be the case. It's a city of 11 million people, and no one really talks to you without good ...
... climb back down. For a minute we parked in front of what looked like a lift that would take us all the way down to the bottom. We managed to form a line right behind us for a solid 10 minutes before all of us realized there was no lift coming. Unlike the rest of the crowd, who just jumped to another descolate lift, we ran down the steps to the second tier we originally climbed to for the lift down and made it.
The last stop for us today was ...
... when you got closer and looked carefully, you could see that the column was completely covered in small writing - the Hammurabic Code! This was a representation of one of the earliest known sets of laws that were set down so that anyone who read them could understand them. It felt so weird being able to actually see it with my own eyes.
By this time, I had been wandering around the Louvre for about four hours and, as my legs were threatening to go on strike, I decided that my ...
... Elle and there is probably some more!
We arrive back and see Jack making time with this stupid girl, who had previously poked me in the eye and forcibly poked my wound above my eye twice, I get to sleep easy but I feel our roommates are not happy with Jeckles, who cares, I'd have done it as well! In the morning we bail on Versailles for alcohol related reasons, we have a productive day, activating Tomorrowland bracelets, buying phones, packing bags and organising a stash point ...
... food, so we had a slower start than perhaps we could have...
We headed off for a visit to Sacre Coeur, again in the rain, catching the Metro from a station just near here. A short walk from the station and we were at Sacre Coeur & walking up the steps to see the view, slightly obstructed by cloud but pretty good nonetheless.A brief walk through the church and then around the local area Montmarte which is home to some artists, then a couple of Metro stations ...