Mercure Orly Aeroport
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... From London it made our overall fare lower to fly the extra 157 miles to Manchester with British Airways rather than finish our journey at Heathrow. Our flights will see us travel a total of 10,694 miles for a cost of £397 each or a little over 3.5p per mile.
It took some time to find this fare but having tried various combinations of destinations and origins and weighing that up against getting to and from the airport and hotel options it seemed sensible ...
... except at an incredible book store where I found a mystery book for Huddy set in Paris.
Soon we arrived at the spectacular Galeries Lafayette department store. Well, it is more like a collection of Rodeo Drive luxury shops than any department store. Under a stained-glass dome, hundreds of Asians and Arabs as well as ...
... headed home and all had a much needed rest. After dinner we went for a walk along the Seine and tried to complete my part of the "French Food Challenge", we couldn't find a Kir Royale so I had to settle for a French Champagne instead, never mind! We found the French Statue de Liberte along the way. Climbed into bed around 10pm feeling so lucky to be in Paris. Love and smiles, ...
We finally reached Paris at 7.30am after what seemed like the longest journey ever! Luckily, we had our new French companions to teach us how to use the curious metro system as we had no clue and Sarah's and Becky's GCSE french seemed to have left the building! As per usual, we got lost finding our hostel and we have to thank the mysterious French man on a bike who came to our rescue and pointed us in the right direction (twice)!! We called him our guardian ...
... go to bed! We decided to go up the tower to get some photos of Paris at night. It was a bad decision. The lines were so so long and were taking a long time to move. You had to buy your ticket at the bottom (or you could take the stairs for free - but only to the first and second levels. There are three levels all up), which was a long queue. Then wait in the queue for the elevator to the second level. Then another long line, which took ages, to get on the lift to ...