Ibis Paris Grands Boulevards Opera 9eme
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... essentially served as my visa so I could, and was in fact supposed to, leave the terminal while others in transit didn't have visas so they spent the night in the terminal. For those of you that don't know - the Paris airport is a long way from everything and I wasn't about to spend a bunch of money on a hotel for 4-5 hours so i went to try and find some dimly lit area with ...
... off. We are now just chilling. It feels good to go out all day and then get to enjoy our little loft. The guy who lives here has a really eclectic taste in music and no tv so we've enjoyed listening to music, cooking and reading. It is, after all, vacation!
Tomorrow is museum day #2 and the last day of my pass so I will sign off now and try to read myself to sleep.
Carrie & Katie
... overview of the city. We then visited the Arc de Triomphe. It is a magnificent piece of architecture and a core piece of Parisian history. Unfortunately, Bella slipped on the stairs coming down and injured her leg. This altered our plans somewhat as we both felt that the best course of action was to have her stay off her leg the rest of the evening as well as the next ...
... because I've seen them all on TripAdvisor). We take a brief rest before getting up close with the Arc de Triomphe outside our window.
There is a christmas market along the Champs-Élysées so we walk along and check it out. Min has some Vin Chaud or warmed from one of the stands. We end up at the pretty close to the Eiffel and even though we have tickets for the Eiffel Tower on Thursday, Min couldn't resist shooting ...
... just to name a few. I really enjoyed being able to recognize a lot of paintings all the way back from my AP European history class in high school, thank you Mr. Christian! We were only able to stay for about an hour, because we still had to make it to the EIFFEL TOWER! I could see it glowing in the background from outside the Louvre, and sparkling every hour on the hour, and unconsciously I let out a little kid shriek. A childhood dream of seeing the tower was about to ...