Median Paris Porte de Versailles
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... caught the bus from Germany at 6am and were leaving again at midnight. Just a day trip! It was school holidays and his mum paid for the day while she was working. G/ma and boy were doing an amazing job to still be on their feet at 9pm, and asked me for directions back to town. Hmmm, I’m a tourist too, not 100% familiar with the terrain! But I did suggest they had walked enough and really needed to catch a train but g/ma thought they still had three hours ...
... I’ve not seen for 30 years, had noticed my Facebook “We’re going on a trip to Paris” notice and had e-mailed me to say that he, his wife and their son would be in Paris at the same time. We sorted out the details and arranged to meet at Café Constant (another recommendation of Chantal’s – Cathy has, a number of times, commented that seeking recommendations from people kind of obligates you to go to the places they recommend, ...
... couple of minutes long?
Francois - it's about 20 minutes long
Pete - OK, so does that mean it starts at about 10.40?
Francois - yes, that sounds right.
We then find a spot somewhere where can see but as close as humanly possible to the exit gates, so that we can get the metro back into Paris before missing the last train.
10.40 comes along and the inevitable questions from the kids start - when does it start. On comes the PA. Bonjour, the lightshow ...
... Ate at an Italian restaurant close to the Catacombs..pizza, hamburgers and tiramisu. Needed to buy metro tickets for our return, but no kiosk at the station.,a kindly elderly man, seeing our dilemma, sold us 3 for 5€ which is a little less than the normal fare. He saved us, but couldn't speak a lick of English! Between hand signals and a few enunciated French words, we all understood each other! I was grateful. It's 10:21 pm and still fairly light ...
... Triumph with a stop for a snack. Climbing to the top of the Arch, we enjoyed another great view of the city and got a good thigh workout in (the second of the day). A short subway ride took us to the Eiffel Tower. My wow moment of the trip was when we round the corner and saw the Tower close up. Then it started to rain. Luckily, the crowds were small and we had little trouble getting tickets to the second floor. Given the experience of riding the elevator that far, no one was upset ...