Ibis Paris Porte Clichy Centre
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... a very dirty plane except with no seat belts. We went through an underwater tunnel between England and France. When we arrived at Paris it was not like what I was expecting. There was lots of spray painted grafiti on the buildings and and there were dirty streets. We went to our apartment by taxi and I realised that in Paris people drive on the opposite side of the road and their steering wheel is on the left hand side of the ...
... cake. It was shut (8pm on Saturday night, not surprising). Walked back to McCafe to try there but they had also closed so went to the grocery store and got packaged cakes, mine was a boysenberry cheesecake. Very disappointing effort for days cake, will try to do better tomorrow. Back in room at 8.30. It was good to get out of wet shoes. My feet have been wet and cold for most of the ...
... however Aaron (who started this back in 2008 when Scott,
Roberta & him were last at the tour) did manage to rope in some of them who
were near us to cheer on the ‘towie’. What a laugh and what a great day! A
highlight of the trip.
Velib bikes, Arc De Triomphe and the Champs Elysees.
Scattered across Paris are no-frills street bikes available for short
term rent. Many Parisians use these bikes as their way of getting ...
... day we headed back for a Paris sunset on the steps on Sacre Couer in Montmartre. The views are made for postcards and admirably serviced by the local buskers.
Well we have now come full circle and our trip is nearing its end. We head for the airport tomorrow to fly home and we have had such a fantastic time and hope you enjoyed sharing it with us.
Au revoir !!
Lesley and Michael
... smooth ride. It was much nicer than flying actually. We got to Paris around 9a.m. Once inside the station we went to buy metro tickets. For whatever reason the credit card machines would not read our cards so we had to wait in the line to get them from a teller. We bought what is called a carnet which is 10 one way tickets. Learning from our time in London we were well prepared and well versed in the Paris metro. This is also where we had ...