Ibis Charles de Gaulle Paris Nord 2
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A day of travel and farewells.
Left Toledo for Madrid, again on the amazing road system.
Tunnels, 3 lanes each way, flyovers, ring roads at 50, 40 and 30 kms from the city centre.
Dropped off people until we ended up at the airport.
Still had a 5 hour wait until our flight to Paris.
Madrid airport is amazing, 3 …
... Apparently there is also a light bulb shortage at Disneyland Paris as we couldn't see more than a few steps in front of us. This didn't deter those "special" guests who were still up to their rude and ignorant ways of pushing, shoving, cutting us off, etc. It took all that was within me not to give them all a shove and topple them over like dominoes. Is it wrong that I found that thought to be quite tempting and amusing? Fortunately, when we finally got back to Pirates, the ...
... found the Galaries Lafayette, a huge shop just up from our apartment. All the big "label" names were in there and the security was amazing with security at every outlet and only letting a few people in at a time - so if you wanted to buy a Louis Vuitton handbag you had to line up and wait to be let in!
More amazing was the building itself - all the shops are under this huge, ornate dome with spectacular ...
We had today all planned out from the start. We wanted to see the Notre Dame, the Sacré-cœur Basilica and possibly walk past moulin rouge. Since we are on a budget friendly trip and cause we're young and hip we decided to walk most of it. (Except the longest distance from our apartment to Notre Dame) so we set out taking the metro to Notre Dame. Notre Dame is just like how it is portrayed in the Disney movie. It's big and there are gargoyles on it...No joke. I felt ...
... smelled of urine. We had the unfortunate experience of encountering a metro car that had been used by someone as a bathroom. We quickly got off at the next stop after plugging our noses and hiding on the other end of the car. It was a strange contrast between the beauty of the buildings and the grime of the streets. Paris washes every street every morning and I think that because of this a lot of homeless are driven into the metro. We saw a lot of homeless who ...