Hotel Saint Charles
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... but not worth the effort. Rex has gone off to complete his must-see list, liberated from me moaning and *****ing in the background. Must be quite pleasant. He's just come back to check on me, (the dear soul) having walked the Champs Elysees, now he's off again to the Boulevard Hausmann. Might have to have a nap ...
... centre of the Paris's star or Etiole.
The arch also marks the entrance to one of the most famous streets in the world, The Champs Elysees.
Although I have a memory of Champs as a street filled with high end fashion with even the car lights sparkling like diamonds and rubies it would seem that this has changed dramatically. The street now boasts a multitude of fast food outlets and middle market shopping, packed with gawkers and hawkers it doesn't have any ...
... up! In the morning, we indulged in our free continental breakfast which included: rolled up salami, cheese, corn flakes, pastries and coffee. We thought it was odd that there weren't any eggs but c'est la vie!
With our maps and guidebook in hand, we found the closest metro station, Nation. From Nation, we changed lines three times to finally get to Le Tour Eifel! Hooray! Stepping into central Paris at 10AM was pretty amazing. We got lucky with ...
... to explore today.
Verdict? - Overnight travel is ****.
You don't rest properly, you're not comfortable or rested and you can't enjoy the other end with any focus.
I know I will have to travel through Italy again someday, much more thoughly, and spend many more days in each place ( and maybe check the bed has springs or a mattress before bedtime).
In Florence, we had a morning trip on a fast train after a nights rest. Then I had a great day ...
... up the top without freaking out and then (obviously) climbed all the way down again :) :) ;) the view was fantastic and I'm very glad I did it!! We finished the day visiting and photographing the Paris Opera House (Opera Garnier). It is built over a real underground lake and was the inspiration for The Phantom of The Opera. AND finally we were also able to find Dave a Tour de France guernsey, I can't believe how hard it has been to ...