Mercure Paris Gobelins Place d'Italie
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Ciao, Au revoir, Bok!!!
CDG airport is enormous, it takes ages to drive around, particularly Terminal 2. So glad I don't have too.
Shuttle bus to airport, train shuttle to our terminal (1), found our check in easily and we are back in the land of Business Class where we are special!
Now happily entrenched in Salon Premiere of Air France.
Our morning has run very smoothly and ...
... would fly out of my ear. Let’s just say that, though usually an essential part of a healthy relationship, in this case, too much ‘togetherness’ created some very frustrating circumstances. We ended up putting the earbuds away and listening to the phone’s speaker and this proved a workable solution.
Once the tour was finished, we hopped the Metro (thank you Navigo Decouverte passes) back to the hotel ...
... A short walk further brought us to a very trendy, and largely gay, area. There looked to be lots of cool shops, but this being Sunday all were closed. We saw a subway entrance not too far ahead so we made our way towards it. It ended up being right across from the Louvre, so we detoured into there and walked around the grounds, again not wanting to wait in line to get in and deciding that we may have to come back to Paris some day to have a peek inside these places ...
... second level--could have gone all the way up for another 20 Euros, but we weren’t in the mood to wait in another cue for the elevator to the top. You can judge for yourself whether we were high enough by looking at the snapshots we took of Paris at Night.
Day Four in Paris found us moving again on a guided, hop-on, hop-off bus tour. We found that a great way to get an overview of the city to see many things not otherwise possible, and to ...
... see the huge stained glass windows. Couldn't find the way to the stairs so left and wandered around the surrounding area. Found a nice park that had free wifi so sat and caught up with emails etc. I'm sure we looked ridiculous, three old ducks sitting on park bench tapping away on phones and iPads, especially when it started to spit so we put up our umbrellas and kept on typing! When we had finished our surfing ...