Ibis Paris Opera la Fayette
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Now we are on the run down to the final. The last bit of travelling is taking the TGV from Avignon to Paris. Considering it is over four hundred miles, it shows how efficient these trains are that it takes barely two and half hours to reach the destination at the Gare de Lyon.
Having abandoned the Vintage Hostel for a little bit of …
... the Batobus for 1 more stop. The Eiffel tower. So we started and finished our day here, with the tower of steel all lit up like Christmas.
Tomorrow we leave for London on the Euro Rail and we are pretty excited to be starting that part of our adventure.
Thanks to those sending little comments here and there. It is great to hear from home :-)
Until tomorrow. Au revoir!
Brooke & Mal
... It was not an easy place to find!
We toured the city a little and even tried our hand at putting a pad lock on the bridge where all lovers put their pad lock. If you thought romance was passé in Paris, all you have to do is look at Paris bridges to see it is being displayed in full force. For those of you who haven’t heard of them, here’s the story: A couple writes their ...
... for the 9th January, of course, this doesn't suit, we will be in Rome, so we have to send an email hoping for the best, Laurie is on the job, writing, translating, rewriting and attaching proof of our bookings. We hope they will look kindly on our request for another date. On the way home we walked around Place des Vosges to find the famous "Carrette", ...
... br> Next morning the first thing we did was catch the shuttle to the metro for 1E70 (actually walking distance to the Arch de Triumph), and then a 1E30 metro trip to the Louvre where we caught the hop on hop off bus – we brought a two day ticket which included travelling on the river. The trip from the camp to the Louvre took all of 20 minutes. So we were pretty pleased with our choice of accommodation – thank you Helen and Roger for the advice.
For the ...