Mercure Massy Gare TGV
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... will probably do this tomorrow. This evening we went for a walk to find the train station, unfortunately we turned right when leaving the house instead of turning left and ended up doing a 3km walk to eventually find the station. When we walked home from the station we realised we were actually only 5min away! One wrong turn was all it took!!!!
It is nice to be back in Paris a city we all love and we are looking forward to our time ...
... go into the artillery museum but into the large gold domed church which houses Napoleon's tomb. It's a pretty big coffin for a man who was quite short, but the whole place is pretty spectacular. After returning to our hotel we had hoped to get something small for dinner after having had a big lunch. Unfortunately even in a large city like paris, the shops close at 1pm (and I thought perth was bad). Our last day in paris tomorrow before the finally leg to ...
... we owned it. It took us about 20 minutes to walk the length and then we got distracted by our first glimpse of the Eiffel Tower. Veering east we walked along the river Seine and past La Pont des Invalides until we find ourselves standing at the base of the tower, necks craned back and mouths open in awe. Taking the 580m of stairs we reach the second level and no longer have the option of stairs so to the lift we go, taking it to the final level ...
... the Eiffel Tower to see it in daylight. It was gorgeous. We then headed to Versailles Palace and walked all throughout it. Although we weren't able to see the gardens, it was still all breathtaking.
After the longest day of sight seeing I've ever experienced, we were all mentally and physically exhausted but happy that we were able to see everything we wanted to in the short time we were in Paris for.
That night, we took full advantage of the local burger joints we ...
Last night I arrived in Israel around midnight, an then took a train to Netanya, and then a taxi to the resort in Mikhmoret. Things were a little hectic at first because I do not speak Hebrew, but everyone was pretty accommodating in helping me find my way!
I arrived at my tent at around 3am, then changed into m pjs, brushed my teeth, washed my face, and then went to sleep. Although it took me a little while to find my way because it was dark and I had to set ...