Hotel Paris Villette
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... br> Our bus was orange
We had 53 people in our group
Our Contiki family was made up 1 Kiwi, 2 Brazilians, 2 Canadians, 1 American, and 47 aussies! Of which 3 others were from Townsville! Townsville people are on the move haha
After a 3 hour drive we arrived at the port ready to board our P&O cruise ship over to France. We drove past the white cliffs of Dover, which I'm sure look much ...
... with Rianne and Jeffrey. It was a lovely evening with awesome soup, baguette, salad and Dutch butter cookies. We had a hard time deciding whether to watch Factory Girl, A Good Year or Wilde, so Tijs and Jeffrey had to do in-depth synopsis summaries to help us decide. We chose A Good Year, but not because Russell Crowe is Aussie, or because it is set in France, but because it looked nice and uplifting. I hope I’ll be able to visit my new friends in ...
... an enjoyable hour wandering slowly through the beautiful streets admiring the classic French architecture, stopping a couple of times for maccarones before crossing the river. I said goodbye to Raymond at Tuillerie metro station. Excellent lunch and great to catch up with him again.
Caught the Metro from Daumesnil to Les Invalides, the site of the hospital built by Napoleon for his wounded veterans. Bought a ham and cheese baguette from a kiosk next to ...
Since we were so tired from our travelling the previous day we had a very late start to the day. Daddy and I went out to get pastries for breakfast. We walked out to this fantastic street (Rue Montorgueil) just round the corner from us with all sorts of amazing shops including patisseries, bakeries, fromageries, delis and of course restaurants and cafes. We bought some pastries from an amazing looking patisserie just round the corner. I had this strawberry cake thing that ...
... a nice tight grip on my purse the entire time. After walking a good mile uphill you get to a nice open area which is much more relaxed and safe and that's where Sacré Coeur is. The view from there is amazing. You can see all of Paris. The church itself is nice, but nothing compares to the churches of Spain. We headed back and found our new hotel, the renaissance, which is about a block away from the arc ...
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