Mercure Paris Convention Parc Expo
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... train from Hendaye on the French/Spain border. Took approx 7 hrs was quite boring as couldn't see out the windows, so we watched Finding Nemo! We arrived in Paris at about 11.30pm and headed to the metro where we caught the no. 12 line got off at Pigalle and walked to our hostel. It was actually surprisingly easy to get there. Getting off in big cities is usually quite confusing and hard to work out where you actually need to get to. But ...
... gardens near the Louvre where we shared our first (of an expected million) Nutella crepe. Back at Fat Tire headquarters we only had half an hour before our night tour began. We had a new guide this time, a young kiwi fellow named Louis. Though the sun hadn't quite set yet, we would be cycling around once it was dark and so we wore super stylish high vis vests. We cycled around some of the same areas with a few new ones including the Notre Dame. Seeing the Louvre at night all ...
... since my phone has not been working with the exception of using wi-fi, it made for getting in touch with him very difficult. However he knew I had arrived and that we were to meet at Gare du Nord. Since I figured there would be wi-fi there, I got on the train. Oh so wrong. No wi-fi at Gare du Nord and now I have no way of reaching Joris. ****. I stay put for a few minutes trying to look for wi-fi and thinking that he knows I'm taking ...
... being there and again taking lots of photos. The sun was shining & it was gorgeous... Then a storm suddenly came over and we were freezing. Lucky we had our trusty emergency ponchos.
So what to do when the weather is bad... Shopping of course! We went for lunch first and then accidentally found the Lindt store - Denham was like a kid in a candy store, the lady was handing out free Lindt Balls and ...
... until reaching the Jardins du Trocadero below the massive Palais de Chaillot, and directly across the river from the Eiffel Tower. The fountains in the gardens, which periodically gush water like geysers into pools surrounded with marble statues, were in action when we arrived. Across the river, the image of the Eiffel Tower rising into the blue skies, with a few puffy-white clouds floating in the background, was truly stunning.