Mercure Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle
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... 18 hundreds therefore the scaffolding is new you stupid man. As soon as we had an opportunity we got away as far as possible. I know what you are thinking, we have an issue with American tourists. Yes we do, we don't like them. There you go it's out there. They ask stupid questions and they talk extremely loud for no reason. Anyway let's continue to reflect on all the wonderful things we did today. Firstly standing and looking up at the Tower, wow. I didn't realise how big ...
... just picnicking along the grounds, enjoying one of the most famous views in the world. The Eiffel Tower loomed above us. It's a sight to behold! Yes, we laid down and napped for awhile. The lines were too long so we opted to continue our trek and come back another time for the climb and view. Dale, we can not believe you were parked here for a month! How times have changed. We walked north to another icon, the Arc de Triomphe. Again, we ...
It seems to take us about 2 hours to get out of the apartment. We had planned to do maybe 3 activites today, but due to tardiness and queues it didn't go so well.
First stop was the Catacombs, which Steve and I had enjoyed on a previous trip to Paris, so it was on our 'must do' list. They moved all the bones from surrounding cemeteries in the 1800s and 'arranged' them in stacks and patterns. The underground tunnel ...
... 10mins I was there. I have heard they have cleaned it up a lot and a security guard stands by making sure no one does anything stupid. I also went on a boat cruise down the Seine, very relaxing and beautiful. Although I am slightly angered that the people of Paris, on a nightly basis, pack a picnic(wine/beer included) and enjoy their "waterfront" without consequence. No one seeming out of control or falling of the side. Just the sheer joy of sitting outside enjoying the evening ...
... walked up hill, in the heat, both ways, to Sacré Coeur. At the bottom of the hill was a carousel that Kian would have really enjoyed, and a ton of walking vendors in your face trying to sell you tourist ****, which Kian wouldn't have enjoyed.
We walked up the hill and met Angela, Kian and Gillian. Kian was smiling wide as he enjoyed his 3rd ice cream of the day (it was hot, after all) - this one a popsicle.
We all toured inside the church with the throngs and ...
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