Huatian Chinagora Hotel
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... mention probably not the safest).
We walked as fast as our queue and tourist weary legs could manage and found a station that was just still open. We grabbed a train believing it to be the right one and once on it saw it was a number 8, not a number 10 as was required. Darn it - we hopped off at the next stop and waited for a train back to the station as that was the only point to catch a '10' which would take us to another station to then connect to ...
... tip toeing out over them. (Also, sorry for jumping on the stairs down.)
Just before arriving in Paris, local authorities stripped love lock bridge of all padlocks and banned any new ones being placed. Undeterred, we went to the alternative bridge past Notre Dame and placed one there. Naturally it's pink.
After Jenni left for the airport I dropped by that retro gaming store to geek out before heading to my hostel. I'm ...
... our boarding passes but not our luggage labels. And our flight to London had us sitting in 3 different rows which was a bit bizarre but there were no other spare seats left when we checked in by 1.30 for a 4pm flight. After some confusion about the tags, we joined a long queue and had our bags weighed and tags printed.
Tessa and I were both just over 24 kg but she let them go, and Kristy was only 21kg. More confusion as Tessa's was tagged just ...
... Mansard zinc roofs stretched out in front of us as far as the eye could see. Seeing as we were now at the top of the Champs élysées it would be rude to ignore the shopping oasis in front of us. Still optimistically holding out for that splurge of generosity in a leather goods department. We wondered down the luxury boulevard, appreciating the divine shopfitouts. I convinced, rather successfully, the French shop assistants that I was a local. My ...
... it took us four hours for my parents to sort out the problem at the airport with the rental company. I am glad we finished it and took our car! The car is a seven seater Peugeot, it is quite nice and big.
We are staying at my uncle's house which is far from Paris. He lives in Valdahon which is on the boarder of Switzerland, its still in France, but it will take up to 4 house from Paris. ...