Huatian Chinagora Hotel
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... dinner after at a little restaurant which serves really fancy chicken but I didn't like it that much. Then we checked into the hotel and our room is super tiny but cozy. We are supposed to have a walking tour tomorrow but we pretty much did that today with all the misdirections. We will also go to the Cathedral and inside the Notre Dame instead of just seeing the outside! We will also get to go to the Eiffel Tower and watch the French Open on the ...
... the Bastille and went to the wonderful markets that stretch for blocks and are a mixture of amazing food and produce and clothes and antiques etc etc! Many Parisians buy their food and clothing here, its not a market designed for tourists so incredible to watch it in action!
... We actually saw Angela from Germany who was also coming back from Paris. I remember falling on my bed when getting home because I had an orientation presentation at 9am the next day (Soo glad that it wasn’t the first day of classes). I didn’t really see that much in Paris because I only went for one day to see Alice, but I did see quite a bit with her and I had an AMAZING time! But next time I go back to Paris I definitely want to do more sightseeing! ...
... to make it up the various staircases to reach the Sacre Coeur on top of the hill.
Approaching the basilica from the rear we ended up having to walk through some very cute but very touristy streets in Montmarte. Dozens of people were offering impromptu portraits using a range of utencils including pencils, pens and coloured markers. The usual suspects tried to flog their bags, Eiffel Towers ...
... it was jam packed with people..we got a couple of pictures taken and then walked down the Champs Élysées through the throngs of visitors, passing by the elite stores of Cartier, Mont Blanc and some whose names I didn't recognize, but the jet set would! You can't visit Paris without seeing the Arc and walking at least a few steps on the avenue. And a few steps it was for us.. Even ...