Hotel de la Jatte
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... out the patisserie and biscuits shops. Galette Nutella, which I photographed last trip, deserved to be sampled this time! Only 2.50 and it is huge! We stop for a coffee with Colleen and Neil and then have to rush to catch the little train back. Our last night on board, we have to pack and organise things. After another lovely dinner, where we managed to snag the table for eight, a quiet cuppa in the back lounge then off to ...
... But I'm staying awake so I can try to adjust my clock. All the call times on this tour are in the 6s. As in 6:30 AM! Haven't woken up that early since high school. Took the Paris metro all by myself! So scary and exhilarating. Met Arther at the Arc de Triomphe. Walked down the Champs Élysées. Every building here is gorgeous. But after a while they all look the same so if you want pictures of buildings you can google them cause I'm sure ...
... flowen under it's arc! (3)
Our last stop that day was to the very famous Eiffel Tower. The tower is the symbol of Paris and is 324 meters tall. It was designed by Gustave Eiffel to be the entrance arch to the 1889 World Fair, and is the most visited paid monument in the world. (4).
We didn't want to wait three hours in a queue to get to the lifts so instead we walked up to the first ...
... to constantly bumping into pedestrians, so I soon had to hit the roads. But it was too easy - Cycle lanes were everywhere, buses weren’t everywhere, but when they were there was more than enough room for everybody to get along. So the opposite of London.
Unfortunately though, I had made a large oversight on the hostel. There was no kitchen, so no way of cooking up a feast to lighten ...
Did not quite finish the city tour bit of Saturday, so shall continue from the Assemblee Nationalethis is where the the lower house of the French Parliament meet, an 18 century Palais, next door is the ministry of Foreign Affairs. We cross the Seine river turn sharp right and drive down a beautiful avenue with the Louvre on our left and the Seine on the right. Passed a bridge with mesh sides which sparkled in the the sun, this was caused by masses of pad locks which had ...