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I think our guide earn ’t every euro she would have been paid for that night tour.
OMG, I am sorry to have gone on about Jennifer, but seriously, she provided many hysterically funny moments for the rest of us which she will never realise, along with many frustrating and exasperating thoughts.
What a long but amazingly enjoyable day and night we have had being complete tourists in ...
... br> The tour worked well, but Cathy and I at first tried to share one set of ear buds (one bud each) to hear the narration at each point of interest. This left us with about half a meter of cord connecting us and turned our efforts into something of an Abbot and Costello show. I’d turn left and she’d turn right and, POP, the earbud would fly out of her ear…she’d stop and I’d keep going and, POP, the ...
... a cafe on the corner and by now the rain had slowed to a light spray and we decided to start walking back to where we could catch a subway back to the hotel.
But instead of catching a subway, we walked and we walked and we walked. We crossed a bridge back onto the mainland and saw a cool place called Place de l'Hôtel de ville, which means City Hall. It actually had full size statues of every mayor of the city going back hundreds of years build into the ...
Paris is the best city I've been to. We got a cab from the airport before settling in at the hotel which was in the Latin Quarter of the city, a vibrant and bustling part of town. We then smashed souvlakis before going to check out Notre Dam which was a stunning sight. After that we got a train to the Eiffel Tower where we basked in its beauty for a few hours before heading home later in the evening for some crepes (Nutella Friule) and ...
... on the roof.
That first day, we started with a gourmand pizza picnic in a park on Canal St-Martin, then wandered 12 miles around the city--all the way down Canal St-Martin (where families flocked and children frolicked), around Place de la Concorde, through Place des Vosges, past Palais Garnier and Moulin Rouge, ending up at Sacre Coeur. The basilica grounds were bursting at the seams with both Parisians and tourists soaking up the spring sun and ...