Ibis Budget Paris Porte d'Aubervilliers
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... we are meeting Terry and Pippa for dinner (they are coming over from London for the night just to catch up) and as we were meandering back from our morning expedition, we stumbled across the place they have booked for dinner (real fluke!) so at least we know where we have to get to tonight. We called in to the apartment to have a cuppa (or two) before setting off again. We had planned to try and bus it to Sacre Coeur, ...
... of Australia Medal - it was a gift from Dad's Auntie Doris, and so it has connections to both sides of my family. And so Mum was with me in spirit, and Dad was 'with' me, almost 'live', as we exchanged messages only minutes before I started, and then when I'd finished. Dad even offered to Skype with me to boost my audience numbers! :-)
The two presentations following mine were really woeful. I can't understand how people ...
... in the end his name was fitting. Next door is Sainte- Chapelle where King Luis built the church to display the "Thorn of Crowns" worn by Jesus, which King Luis acquired for an amount more than 3x the cost of the church. So right now we are back at room for a foot break, then we are heading to the Latin Quarter to check out some gardens. We plan to go back to Champ de Mars park by the Eiffel Tower to listen ...
... imposing but delicate at the same time. Decided we would like to go at least part way up, found the top was shut for some reason, but did not feel we were confident enough to go that high anyway, the shortest line seemed to be for the stairs to the first level which was high enough for us so a 15 minute wait in line and 5 euros each and we were on our way. It's quite a daunting climb, lots and lots of stairs outside and a very long long way down, I held on very tight to ...
... to Paris (2 hours) which is a great option in France. Its super quick and since I wanted to make the most of my 3 days in Paris, I took the early train there and got to see the sunrise from the train.
Once I arrived I went to the Arc de Triumph, student discounts are everywhere in Paris and I got to go to the top of the Arc for free (bring your student visa). The views from there were great even if it was raining.
After the Arc, ...