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In Paris I had so much fun. We went to the Eiffel Tower, arc de triomphe and Disneyland. We went to Disneyland for two days and our favourite ride was under construction. Although we loved the tower of terror. Today we went to the Eiffel Tower and the arc de triomphe. The Eiffel Tower was cool but we had to be careful as their were tonnes of dodgy people. We didn't get to go up it but we got to see it. The arc de triomphe is a arch kind of thing and was very cool. ...
... ruins of a 1st-century "thermal bath" and a 15th century abbey. It was pretty cool--some stained glass and lots of sculptures.
I was exhausted by this point. I walked everywhere today rather than using the Metro because I wanted to see as much of the city as possible. I made my way back to the train station stopping at a little cafe for a beer before boarding a train back to Metz.
Tomorrow we head to Luxembourg, our final stop before heading ...
... Lovely 30 minute walk from our hotel. The Notre dame is amazing, the height of gothic architecture and the buttresses were much bigger than I thought. We will come back to visit later. Whilst waiting for our tour guide to arrive, we meet Danny and Donna from New York. Our tour guide Antonio or Tony arrives, and we walk to where our bikes are stored. Brief introduction, safety check and we are off. We wend (just for you mr Everingham) our way through the ...
I strolled down the street all the way to the Halles once again, and then back up before stopping in a little Italian-run pizzeria, called Il Tre where I have eaten several times before. The waiters are all Italian, and the food very authentic. They usually offer Italian wines as well. It was past 1:00 pm when I arrived back at the hotel and this time my room was ready, so I was able to carry my suitcase and carryon up two flights of narrow ...
... place. We crossed over the bridge to the south side of the river, and into the narrow laneways of this side of town, to find a little café for a break and a coffee. The cafés line the streets of Paris, with outdoor eating all along the streets, adding to its ambience. A sort've odd thing though is the tendency for all the tables to be set so every single chair faces out into the street, so you can watch the people and the world go by, but equally the world can ...