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I fell asleep last night and didn't make it to the bar or dinner to test out my French a bit more. Oh well I must have been tired and since I have another long flight back to the same timezone I just left I thought why fight it. It will make the adjustment easier. Well that is the theory anyway, I shall see. Though I never really get jet lag bad as …
I had intended to wake up early to enjoy the last bit of our trip. To get to Hamburg we had to travel 110 km down the Elbe river and I thought that would be a really interesting thing to see...almost like a river cruise.
As it turned out, the 'excitement' of last night (and the feeling it created) had knocked us both out and we actually …
... at signs.
A great difference to two days before when, on our way to Aluze, we managed to
get on the wrong line and go west when we should have gone south. And finally
got a cab!!!
So, we walked from the station and there it was,
The Louvre. What a place…………absolu tely enormous and very beautiful. We walked
around the outside and entered through an arch to a huge courtyard, on ...
... a major headache coming on, I strapped on the mask. When I finally drifted off to sleep, I had that overwhelming feeling upon wakening that I no longer had any bones in my body! Just heavy sleeping and now tingling extremities. When breakfast came it was hard to believe it was already morning.
We disembarked around 10:30 AM at Charles de Gaulle airport. Now I saw Sex in The City. I watched Carrie in one of the final episodes arrive in ...
... a regular room, BUT we do have two bathrooms with toilet and shower. So this girl can do her hair and makeup while her daddy takes a shower, everybody wins:) We quickly unpack and organize to make Paris our temporary home. Then in our trench coats and boots, head out. We take the metro to Citè - which is the island that is in the Seine, also where Notre Dame is located. We visit Notre Dame and there are huge, modern bleacher stand in front of it. It's basically a ...