Hotel de la Jatte
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This morning we got up bright and early to get in line for the lift that takes you to the top of the Eiffel Tower. The wait wasn't too long, and the time passed quickly because of two nice Americans we met in the line that we ended up chatting with. Going to the top in the elevator had me feeling a bit freaked out because heights are not my favorite thing in the world. This is really only when I don't feel totally comfortable, so once ...
... 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 ...
... La Tuilierie gardens and having photographers chase them. They all looked like could do with a decent feed! One of them had bones in her upper chest I didn't know existed! She was so bony and looked so sullen. I guess starvation would do that to you. Also saw one particularly unattractive, older, skinny woman with a black cap on that had. Mickey Mouse ears! Ridiculous... So at Le Louvre, Lucian left us with instructions about where Mona was and how to get back. ...
... 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 ...
... spectacular decoration, and directly in front of us (on what I'd call the "main roof") a great golden dome seemed to shine in the light. With the brilliant came the ominous, for set in the centre of the main building was a forbidding figure; the statue of Napoleon Bonaparte. The statue stood gazing eminently down upon the courtyard, seemingly like a king down upon his subjects. The statue truly captured my eye, more so than the cannons, ...