Hotel Plaza Athenee
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So the flight to Paris was largely uneventful. One thing though... every time I've ever flown from one European country to another, the first class is just a normal seat with no one sitting in between us. That sucks. I'm not a fan. At least on the Prague to Paris flight the guy in front of me didn't put his seat back. Also, when …
Sorry I didn't update last night, we had to pack our things up to get ready for phase 2... Zach learns 5 words in another city. Equally exhausting. We went to an art gallery on our last day in Prague, to see the Slav Epic. It is a 20 painting expo by Czech painter Alfons Mucha. This one was Zach's request as Charlotte is actually not …
... the criticism firmly on the institution of marriage, and not one single person, which I believe is closer to the intention Hardy had in mind. I was happy with the movie, and it was a lot more entertaining than the one I saw last night. Now that it’s late, my roommates are awake somewhere and nowhere to be found. This likely means that I will be woken up when they return at 3pm. Oh, well. That’s hostel life. ...
... could talk! I think a lot of history has happened here. Inside though it is warm and cosy!
Yesterday afternoon we went to the supermarche and stocked up on muesli and yogurt, some fish and veges for tea which I cooked on the gas hob here in the well equipped apartment. It has dishwasher, washing machine and dryer, good heating which we need as it is quite cold today.
Well that's all for now, gotta go wash my hair!
... Planet told me that). At the top, it offered amazing views over Paris in the distance and Montmartre below. I was going to say it "affords one of Paris' most spectacular panoramas", but Lonely Planet also said that too. Once we'd taken that in, we headed down and into Montmartre, a really artistic suburb of Paris. It was characterised by tightly packed beautiful buildings, heaps of cafés, and winding cobblestone streets - gorgeously quintessential France! ...