Melia Paris Champs Elysees
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Yes Paris is famous for fashion etc so what is a girl to do?
I actually never intended to go shopping but my friend Ben was so I thought why not? I may as well because that is what Paris is famous for right?
We go to Galeries Lafayette. It's weird because right as we go inside there is a women taking a photo. This is the first time that it hits me that this place is somewhat famous. People want to take photos outside of it and I don't care. ...
... Sur-Mer and the whole feel of the Breton coast and countryside. We blended into the almost entirely French cheering crowd at the sprint point (thus all the green) of the Mur-de-Bretagne stage of the Tour. Henry and Sam got to see their cycling heroes up close. We stayed in Brittany for the team time trial, finding a more international crowd at the hillside finish. The boys kept close track of the time, trying to figure out the winner before ...
... We basically spent the whole 14 hours wide awake. I did burn through a few movies - including a very funny French one "Les Vacances Du Petite Nicholas". Netflix it, or whatever you kids do these days to watch stuff without paying. Filthy theives the lot of you. You wouldn't steal a car! (Well, maybe some of you would). This meant we arrived at Singapore at 6am the day after we left Paris at 6am having not slept at all. Let's hope we get an early check in at the hotel. Any ...
... to the Museum D'Orsay, good long walk and saw sculptures and paintings by Van Gogh, Monet, Cezanne and others, very cultured and very interesting. Then just wandered taking in the sights of Paris. Tapering off now, laundry this afternoon, then a good nights sleep, up early for the shuttle bus to the airport to pick up our car and off we go. Paris beautiful, yes mostly, lots to see and do, yes, have to have your wits about you, yes, enjoyed it, yes. Will we come back, not so ...
... on the metro and you’re in the thick of it.
Last night was our last night in Paris.
I decided to make a date night out of it. The plan was to have dinner at Pomze, which was recommended by a friend and then go up the Arc de Triomphe to get a last view of Paris by night. Aside from going up the Eiffel tower, we haven’t really gone up to any high observation points in the city. Jean ...