Hotel Paris Villette
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... all wrong and managed to topple over along with my suitcase... Gave my knee a good bang, and it was suuuuper embarrassing! The next set I decided to take the stairs, and in doing this managed to slam my hand under the handle extension and lose Fiona and Jarrod in the huge crowd... And this is when I was pick pocketed... Jokes on them though, as I was smart enough not to leave my money and passport in my backpack, and ...
... had to fight your way through the masses to take a quick snap before you were swallowed up by the hoards, if you survived the street hecklers trying to sell you touristy paraphernalia on the way in. Fortunately, the experience this time round was vastly different. With the Summer season passed we were one of only a handful of people taking the stairs up and had the first level pretty much to ourselves. Imagine, the Eiffel Tower, to yourself! With the sun setting over the ...
... people in it. Maybe we will go in later if the crowds subside. The whole area is crawling with tourists and people on the make wanting to sketch you or sell something to you. Also there are the ever present beggars, but really we weren't bothered at all.The restaurants are like Lygon street on steroids x 3. It"ll be hard to pick one out tonight, we might ask the hotel.
Highlight for me so far was sitting by the Seine with an african ...
... walk from the first to
the second level. Although there are stairs to the third and highest
level, these are usually closed to the public and it is generally only
accessible by lift.
... Zealand next year, they gave me their number and said call because they have a beach house Daniel and I could use! See, I am already planning my next adventure! The catacombs were so cool! The catacombs are located beneath Paris in abandoned water quarries and now hold 6 million people's bones! The bones date back to the 18th century and are nicely and respectfully arranged by cemetery. The pile of bones never seems to end either. The catacombs were built when Parisians dug ...