Hotel Meslay Republique
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... filled with zero sleep and
3 movies (a French movie with subtitles called The Dating Game and Winter's
Tale and Endless Love) landed us in Paris at 8:30am Sunday morning. Why is this
significant you ask? Because it was the final stage of Le Tour de France!!!! We
ran into Gretchen at customs, found the kind Tauck gentlemen with signs waiting
to pick us up (first class ...
... half of them are any more. The cruise wasn't bad but I didn't really enjoy it as much as the louvre. After getting off the river cruise we didn't have much more time left to do any thing. So we then caught the Metro to Gare De Lyon a train station where we caught The Thello, (an overnight train to Venice). We quickly grabbed something to eat and hopped on the train. The train ride was all night so I tried to get some rest for the next ...
... went back to the hotel for a siesta. Somewhere between lunch & the Arc, the pop tab broke off of my sandal, so now its kind of like an inverted flip flop. Later, we left around nightime to see all the major stuff again, but this time lit up. I definitely ate a Nutella crepe in front of the Eiffel Tower. I Franced pretty hard.Then we made it back to our hotel within 5 min of "curfew" and went to bed. My feet hurt really bad from the broken sandal, and all of ...
... including Marie Antoinette's cell where she was held for two months before her execution. We plan to visit Versailles tomorrow so we'll see the life of luxury that brought her to her final home at the Conciergerie.
We walked around the area a bit and noticed lots of British and French flags flying as they are preparing for a visit from ...
Me and Tamara visited Paris for 3 days and it was truly amazing. The city is so beautiful and full of history. It was our first trip to another country alone and I don't think we could have picked a better place. Some of my favorite things we did were:
-Going to the top of the Eiffel Tower, because the view was breathtaking.
-Going to the top of the Arc de Triomphe, because once again, the views of Paris were amazing and we ...