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We went to see Notre Dame Cathedral today which was awesome in itself but we have just come back from the night show where they light up the side of the cathedral at 10.15 pm and it was totally awesome plus. The cathedral is huge but they put a display of lights over each section that is the exact dimensions of every facet and change the outlines and colours, put people working ...
... house town. From there I found the main shopping centre where I went into a few shops to have a look. Later that day I went to the hostel where I booked my hostel for Brussels and my transport to Brussels and to Amsterdam. I have got my first blabla car experience tomorrow, which due to me not being organised was quite expensive but that was a lesson learnt. Which led me to book my travels to Amsterdam, in which I would be getting the bus which was much ...
Today I visited the town centre, due to it being a Sunday the town was very quiet and there were not many people around. So there was plenty of space for me to go exploring and visit some of the attractions. I found a cafe in the morning and had breakfast, this gave me a chance to look at the map I had picked up from the hostel and my travel book to get my bearings of the place. I focused mainly on the main ...
... to get up early. Haven't done that in a while. Thinking sleeping through the trip would be a little easier than having to face getting up each morning. First night in the hostel and I don't feel tired at all, yet my room mates are all quite sleepy, think I am in for a long warm night. Hoping the weather isn't too bad tomorrow either but will see what ...
... the forest was very nice and memorable, it was so quiet and rather dark given the weather conditions. We had fun exploring the forest and making our way down the cliff face to the troglodytes. The troglodytes are stone houses built into the rock face of the mountain. They were very remote and away from the towns with the occupants described as hermits. These troglodytes are very well preserved and were occupied until 1894. Our brave Roy was convinced the houses ...