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... little street, rue Emily Gilbert, where I booked my one night stay at Palym Hotel. It was super easy, probably the least stressful arrival into Paris of all my trips; however, this was my fourth visit altogether and the second visit this year, so I was fairly familiar with the city.
I was greeted by a pleasant receptionist at the desk, my room wasn’t ready but there was a luggage storage room where I left my bag and went out to explore the area. It was rainy and cold, and ...
... si' here and there). As for the City being dirty and smelly, I have not had this impression - although there are occasional dog poos along the side of the footpath, but nothing super noticeable. There are heeeeaps of French Bulldogs here, ugh I love them so much, they are so freaking cute! Do you think customs will notice if I put one in my bag?? As for everyone being stunningly well manicured, there are plenty of people like ...
... completed I asked directions to the train station. An hour and half had elapsed by now, which literally gave me 40 mins to get from CDG Airport into Paris, change on the underground to St Lazare to catch the train for Normandy. I was beginning to think that this possibly wasnt going to happen, but I gave it my best shot. As I hurried through the airport following the signs for the trains, I thought I was never going to ...
... was a little shady and very busy, but we managed to get to Sacre-Coeur and have a look around. There is a great view of the city from here. There wasn’t much time left and still so much to see! A ride on the metro got us close to the Eiffel Tower, but we had to walk farther than expected, due to construction on the metro line. We got our view of the Eiffel Tower and then took an hour long river cruise, seeing most of the main sites along the Seine. Next ...
... the Treaty of Versailles were both intensely crowded occasions, and so the melee is probably a more authentic experience.
It has been a long day, and I am ashamed to admit that we rather dashed through much of the rest of the palace. There were some good displays showing the phases of building, and a lot of excellent paintings depicting Versailles at its height in the reign of Louis XIV. I fear that many of the State Rooms merged into a bit of a blur, and were not ...