Ibis Paris Gare de Lyon Ledru Rollin 12eme
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... pod". Once the door finally opens and I make my escape, Amanda struggles with the shutting of the door and after a few attempts and laughs gives up and decides to hold it, hoping we have better luck at the next washroom facilities. Who knew bathrooms could be so high tech. Next stop is to see the pantheon, which was neat to see but overall a tourist trap that didn't have us staying long. The light drizzle that has been with us all morning has now ...
... also have trees lining them. There are over 500 000 trees which are all microchipped so that they can monitor their health. The only street without trees is Ave Opera as they didn't want them to detract from the beauty of this building. The population of Paris is 12 million with 1 million cars in the city and another 1 million come into the centre each day. As with some other European cities the road rules are only guides as cars go every ...
... for 5mins on the hour until midnight.
The B&B that was really nice but a massive hike up 6 stories of stairs so I had almost passed out by the time I got our suit case to the top. We also had no idea how to turn the light on (i worked it out as we left on Sunday such a pain) so I was fumbling my way up as Kate held the torch. We were quite hungry so we went for some dinner before heading out... Italian of course its our favorite.
As most ...
... Barcelona for a little while until it was time to get ready for dinner. All dolled up we hailed a Uber black car, with door service for 3euro less than the cab home would cost later in the evening, sold!
We arrived at the the Tower and were immediately embroiled in the thick of summer queues for the tower, thousands of people milling around. All of which made strolling up the empty JV entrance all the ...
Day 5 The final sights and a little shopping
Our apartment was called the Apartment of St Roch, presumably because it was opposite a church of this name. Having wondered past the very modest frontage for the past 5 days we decided to have a peek inside before setting off for the day. Opening the door was akin to entering The Tardis (of Dr Who fame). This "little" church held within it the most beautiful paintings and statues, with a quietness and serenity ...