Ibis Paris Meudon Velizy
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... if anyone eats this. We catch the metro back to the hotel and then to the Ile de la Cite. Here we have booked a walking tour. We meet our guide. Her name is Katerina and she is an art historian from Lithuania. She said she came to Paris five years ago because there was no art to know the history of in Lithuania. We walk along the Seine and past Pont Neuf while she gives us some history of the area. Ile de la Cite is a small natural island in the Seine. There was ...
... steps to the dome of Sacre-Coeur - I saw her before she saw us, and she was clearly acting, as she looked quite relaxed and ordinary before she saw us coming. Then I saw her surreptitiously adjust her headscarf, posture and facial expression so that by the time we reached her on the steps, she was hunched over, haggard with a pleading expression. Huh. Lots of representatives from the "deaf and dumb association of Paris" at the entrance to ...
... my back pack as something comfy to lean on. I seriously look like a homeless person. I'm dirty, I smell and I'm holding onto a bread roll like its my last meal. At this point I'm exhausted and absolutely don't care Today my feet that are slowly giving out. Not blisters just sore. I have about 2 hours to go and I don't want to walk another step. We arrive at camp to find the pathway to our site is made up of large white pebbles. I am almost ...
... museums and sights are free to visit on the first Sunday of each month during non-peak season (Nov-mar, i think). So I jumped on this opportunity and decided to see the Louvre for free today (Sunday). Unfortunately everyone else in Europe seemed to know this little secret and all came to the Louvre as well. It took 2 hours to get from the back of the line to the entrance.
The Louvre is massive. It has four stories, takes forever to walk ...
... it was getting unhygienic. The catacombs is basically a mass burial ground. There are tombstones throughout the Catacombs that mark which grave site the bodies came from.
When that was finished we had to get our belongings ready for a train ride. Dad, Mum and I slept on the train and we were surprised how comfy it was.
By the time we woke up it was time to have breakfast and I was really hungry. The food wasn't that great ...