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Today we have taken a two hour taxi from Positano to Naples airport, flown from Naples to Paris Orly, taken a train from the south of Paris to the north east of Paris to CDG airport and a shuttle bus to our overnight hotel, Novotel, near the airport. Phew! 10.30am to 8.30pm.
The taxi trip was a great chance to see the scenery along the coast and we had a dream run. We had allowed two hours as every one warns you and we were there in an hour and twenty ...
... They try to distract you while another person attempts to pickpocket you. At Notre Dame my friend Devon tried to scare me by pulling at my bag and I turned around and almost hit her. So it's probably a good thing no one tried because apparently my reflex is to hit.
SNCF is the train company that just so happened to go on strike while we were in Paris. They were canceling ...
... I could spend weeks in that museum/art gallery/whatever it is because there is just so much in there. They have artifacts from Ancient Egypt, to Ancient Greece, to the Old Chinese Dynasty all the way up to the medieval periods, the renaissance and past the French revolution. Absolutely spectacular, but with a museum that big you have to pick and choose what you want to see in a day, so we wandered aimlessly around the medieval gothic area, some real creepy ...
... exciting to me.
We started the climb up to the top. About 100 steps up you stop in a small area where they hold you until you can proceed further. About 20 of us wait at a time to continuing climbing the steps. I have started counting on the way up the stairs so I can keep track, I think it makes me less determined, opposite of what I hoped.
After climbing some stairs we stop mid level on a tiny walkway where we can look over the ...
... with no,jones - crazy traffic. Not only do motorists have to deal with the fact there are no lanes, there are 12 streets that enter into the round about. That's right - 12 streets!!! To get there, went underground through a passage way. After to, we waked down. Champ de elysse. Known as the diamond and ruby street (due to the headlights and break lights). Some very high end shops down here, diamonds, cars, clothes etc. Half way down the street ...