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... we arrived for Mass. We went there last Sunday as well, but for 11.30 Mass, and the queues to get into the Church – to see it, not to go to Mass – were so long we weren’t sure at first whether we could go in to Mass. After Mass we found a small park at the back of Notre Dame and Audrey, Esther and I played on the roundabout. We then went for falafels in the Jewish Quarter, nearby to where we are staying, and brought them back to the flat to eat.
... we were overlooking the front entrance and due to the gaps in our old bedroom doors we could hear luggage being rolled and dragged across the pavement all night. Aside from that it was nice as hostels go and we were comfortable there.
We ended our day by having dinner at Bouillon Chartier. Yann had recommended it to us our first night and we tried to go for the past 3 nights but it hadn't worked out. We finally made it. It was really good. Authentic French food and the ...
11:35 am Well that was close! I had to run to the train station with my backpack on which was pretty difficult and I literally made it on the train as the doors were closing! Now I'm sitting in my seat, sweating like I just stole a waffle from Belgium, on my way to Paris. Even with everything I'm eating here, I can at least say I do cardio everyday, right? Later that night. I'm here. I'm in Paris! The city of looove. I am ...
... the base of the tower around 9:40. We joined the back of the line just as a staff member came and informed everyone that they had just opened another elevator. Many looked at him with doubt, and confusion and refused to leave their line. We followed him over and we were on our way up by 10! Quelle chance! We decided to go to the second platform as tickets for the top are time stamped- we would have had a long ...
... millimetres from your legs after you pass and they take off again
Today has been an adventure. Decided to take Lenny's suggestion and visit the Luxembourg Gardens and stopped at the Sorbonne for breakfast just because I had to. They gardens are stunning to say the least. Sun was shining but soooooo cold! The sky is full of vapour trails! Bill would really enjoy the war maps that are part of the gardens. On then to the Musee Rodin via the Paris Montparnasse to ...