Mercure Paris Porte De Versailles Vaugirard
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final two days of our tour and time to say goodbye to new found friends, we had a fantastic time in paris and saw all the usual sites. the lourve is a nightmare but a must see, eifel tower is awesome by day and night, food is great, people are great, city is unbelievable - we walked across the city today (15th) it has 11 million people in it and we …
... It cost 20 euro! Stuff that! I'll make room in my bag! All those years of playing tetris have to be good for something. The other good thing is that the Euro Star doesn't have a weight limit for my bags. When I fly with Malaysia Air, they give me 30 kgs. That's awesome! So really, it's all about space. I can MAKE things fit.
So this is it. The end of my lovely stay in Paris. I'm kind of sad, but excited too. See you soon Auntie Toni and Kirsty!
... back. I was so tired and ready to get into bed. Right when I got out of the station, I headed straight to a bus stop, there was no way I was going to drag my bag back to Boudonville. The bus got there right as I showed up and I made it, it was my lucky day.
I got back into my room around 7:30pm. Longest day of travel ever. I'm so glad to be back, even though I'm exhausted and sick. Hopefully this week of exams doesn't kick my butt too much. I should have studied more.
It was an uneventful long drive along motorways from Switzerand to Paris sadly passing Beaune in Burgundy where RK stayed for Easter one year.
Our initial impressions on reaching Paris late afternoon and hitting the ring road were traffic jam! It took hours to reach view to our hotel with a view to Sacre Coeur (with binoculars and a clear day!). We spent a first evening enjoying a great meal in hotel with free ...
... oh and the food, and wine!!! Currently on TGV, it's really comfortable I'd take this over a flight any day. First class just means our seats are a bit bigger and comfy - so much more leg room - unfortunately it doesn't mean some hunky French waiter comes serving you wine all morning (I'm thinking wine and it's only 11am, but body clock a bit out of whack I'm thinking). Glad we bought our tickets in NZ though as the train is chocka - French people everywhere. Hope we get off ...
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