The Lodge du Centre Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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We landed in Paris at 6:30. Charles de Gaulle airport is very new and not all that intuitive for the newly arrived, but after many wrong escalators and lots of head scratching we found that the luggage carousel was not in the terminal we landed in but two stops away on the train that takes you the customs and baggage collections. Found the luggage …
... to access the third floor on our own. We waited in the short line for the third floor, which is the highest point you can access on the Eiffel Tower. Going to the top of the Eiffel Tower was a lot of fun. There was so much fog up top, that when we were on the 3rd floor, you could barely see the ground! Everything was white. Also on the 3rd floor viewing area is Gustave Eiffel's apartment who was the French architect for the Eiffel Tower. ...
... the Eiffel Tower.
And then we realise the time and look at the lines and think that perhaps there will be no time to get a ticket and then catch a lift up the Tower. Connor was ****** to say the least. Still all was not lost. We had about 45 minutes. The shortest line was that for people to walk up the stairs to the first level.
So that is what we did - Connor and I. lined up, went through two lots of security screening, bought ...
... given him for Christmas. Monster Muncher came and sat across the aisle from us, all potato snacks consumed by now thank goodness. I chatted away on the journey and tried to get Adam more excited for our trip, which was unsuccessful as he just laughed at me! Either the tannoy was faulty or the train announcer had some kind of speech impediment which made everything he said intelligible, so we had a giggle with Monster Muncher about that. Once in London we topped up our Oyster cards ...
... an amazing church located in Montmarte, the little suburb city we are staying in. Although it was getting late in the evening, the church was open to visitors and prayer. It was so beautiful inside, lots of statues and stained glass. After the church we walked down the little side streets to a few bars to see how Parisians party on Friday night-- very much like us! Reminded me of Q’s back home. LOL! We then headed back home to pack and get ready for Brussels, Belgium ...