Hotel Saint Germain
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... with all of the luggage. Melody and I sit across the aisle from each other opposite other people and four of the bags. Ann and Marion sit together farther down the car with the other two bags.
We arrive in Stuttgart and walk to the end of the platform to see which platform our train to Paris is on and where the first class car will be. It turns out that we will be getting on the Train right where we got off. The ...
... Paris early tomorrow morning. I get to spend five days with someone incredibly special in what is said to be the most romantic city in the world. I'm rather excited. I've missed her these past couple weeks.
Today was mostly a day to get my life sorted before she arrives. I headed out to a somewhat infamous retro gaming store, only to find it was closed on Sundays. Clearly my French is not good enough to decipher opening times.
Since I was in an area I'm not ...
Time to leave Cairo and we were picked up early and once again were so impressed with our tour group, with a representative also waiting for us at the airport who whisked us through the different areas. Now this proved to be a very good thing...since we were still living in the debacle of the clocks not being changed! So our flight that we thought was leaving at 10.30am was in actual fact leaving at 9.30am! Fortunately we always like to be early so ...
... one the best art museums in the world, however the Mona Lisa is the main attraction. In the room with the Mona Lisa there was a huge crowd and people pushing each other to get closer, while all the other rooms had almost no one around. The Mona Lisa itself is actually really small, which would have been dissapointing if I wasn't already warned about that. Personally, I'm not really into art so we spent maybe a hour at the Lourve, which we probably spent half of that ...
... the Opera Garnier. From there we passed several shopping streets and the Galeries Lafayette. The whole area was packed with shoppers and we debated getting out and exploring the shops, but the idea of navigating that mass of people made us decide to stay on the bus. The streets in this part of town were decorated with Christmas decorations and there were lights in all the trees. We turned south again, heading through the narrowest possible stone archway to the circular ...