Libertel Gare de l'Est Francais
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... and from where Dr. Johnson watched and wrote about the Great Fire across the Thames. So much history in these great European cities.
After dinner, I took the tube back to St Pancras and King’s Cross Stations. I still had a little time, so I had a beer in the bar of the Great Northern Hotel between the two train stations. This is where my wife and I stayed during our first visit to London in the late 1980s. It was rather dated and in need of work at ...
... after a first burst of it - I can only assume my data had run out, and the "extra" I got for being a new Vodafone customer had not been activated. (I received a text in Paris to give me a code to activate the extra data - a lot of good that was!)
After a taxi ride (I had researched the best way to get there, and found it was was approx £15, and it was that exactly) to St Pancras Station for the Paris connection, we had a longish wait for ...
... it is not difficult to imagine the military parades that have taken place along the Champs-Élysées including it being the the site of France's annual celebrations on Bastille Day which occurs on 14 July. The Nazi army marched along the Champs-Élysées in June 1940 following the fall of France, and following the liberation of the city the French forces marched along the avenue on 26 August 1944, followed by the Americans on 29 August. ...
Who thought it was a good idea to travel with a toddler????? Max woke up VERY cranky today so we tried to make the most of it. Guy wanted to head to Roland Garros to see if we could catch some tennis, but we got there just to find out that there were no more tickets and the scalpers were selling black market tickets for 1k euros. So we walked around for a while then took a taxi over to the Eiffel Tower (along with 10 trillion other people!). It ...
... were in for a treat - Preston, a friend we met in Ottawa, was going to show us around Paris's nightlife. We meant to have one drink because Jon was still not 100%! but after a couple of Guinness's at the best Irish pub in Paris... Well, let's just say the night continued for a few more hours. Thank you Preston for showing us the local hangouts! And mes amies, that is the end of jour 1 in Paris. Very sorry for the giant blog. Bonne unit, Xoxo M & ...