Mercure Paris Austerlitz Bibliotheque
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... drive through Paris but we nearly didn't survive the tolled highway. We knew the highway to Normandy was tolled but we had no idea how much. We thought we had enough Euros. We pull up to the toll exit, insert our toll ticket and Scott inserts his visa into the card slot to pay the 27E toll. The card slot doesn't read his visa. We try my Mastercard. Apparently the card slot is not for credit cards. We have 27E in cash. Now what?? We press the help button. The woman on ...
... had been doing and then went our separate ways. I didn't catch up with Carolyn unfortunately as she was on the boat packing their stuff. We realised that our boat had turned around just short of where they were staying which is why we didn't see them. It's always nice to see familiar faces in a foreign place. I hope the rest of their trip goes well.
We got some good photos in front of the Eiffel Tower. We went across the road to a large sort of garden ...
... the Eiffel Tower, about an hours walk away. On the way I managed to get some new duds for the cabaret show tonight.
Walking towards the big metal spike, all along the roads were heaps cops in full riot gear, gas masks, shields, armor, the whole none yards. A couple of roads were closed and traffic cops directing traffic. Not thinking much of it, kept walking and after seeing more eventually asked what was going on and some French guy said it was the president ...
... and giving you directions to the nearest McDonalds to steal some wifi like you are his firstborn. Chances are they will forgive you because you are an Aussie and in general we have a good reputation overseas or they will think your incredibly stupid and let you off. Either way there's no jail time or traffic infringement fine. Funny sight 1: the bizarre reason people (mainly Canadians) wearing matching unisex outfits when travelling. Its like they think they are going to forget ...
... course tour of the city. Professor Masson, who had inspired me to continue studying French, was our director. She made sure that we saw as much as we possibly could. She took us to the Musée d'Orsay, to the Opera, to Victor Hugo's house, to the Louvre, and for dinner inside of the Eiffel Tower, to name a few places. We were obviously exhausted, but I eventually appreciated it all. I remember falling asleep on the "Bateau Mouche" (Tourist boat) on the Seine as soon ...