Mercure Paris Convention Parc Expo
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After our long day yesterday it was time for a tourist day. Started out early (ffs) but again Vincenzo was right and we beat the crowds to Notre Dame and had a lovely tour around inside with Patrick our French tour guide. The outside of it is beautiful and as with all the other churches the inside decorations were amazing. There was also a mass going on inside the middle of the church so it was nice to hear a sermon taking place as well. The attached pics are from the outside ...
Again we find ourselves in a beautiful part of the world - Paris! Paris has a fantastic metro system however we arrived at rush hour - and wow they really pack themselves in to those poor wee trains - a train arrived and we saw a sight that we will never forget - it was a lady squashed up again the window, boobs and face were smooshed! It looked like something out of a cartoon - what made it even more funny, people still managed to get ...
Yesterday I flew from Stockholm back to Paris. Joris and Pauline were kind enough to allow me to stay at their flat while they are on vacation. Then today I caught a train to Rouen to meet and visit with Loïs, his wife Julie, and their daughter Ambre, for a few days. I realized yesterday that by the end of August, I will have visited 5 different train stations in Paris within 1 month (if you count the Musée ...
The last leg was finally upon us and Mum and Dad said goodbye to Laura, Kriton, and I at the Cannes railway station, and we hopped onto a fast train to Paris. The trip from Cannes around the south of France and along the French Riveria was just stunning. Beautiful turquoise sea, lapping at sandy and sometimes pebbled beaches, ...