Novotel Paris Porte d'Italie
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... on Sunday, Oh! No! Say it isn't so! But it is. By now its a steady sprinkle, but we're no afraid, we get our ticket and forge on to get in the tour bus line. Before we are half way to getting on a bus, its real rain, for sure! We score seats on the upper deck which has a lid on it with open sides. Hmmmm, could this become a concern? YES! We did not do on/off because of the severe rain, had an amazing 2 hour tour of half of the city, and plan to do the second half tomorrow. ...
... and find ourselves a mic drench cafe and get ourselves some food... Decisions decisions... FOOD!
After a nice authentic French onion soup and warm cheese salad we made our way to where the group was to meet. We met our guide Kevin and got aquainted with our AUSSIE companions. It was so good to hear another Aussie accent.
Next stop, picking up our bike. Each of our bikes had French names, Shani's was "rouge le levre" or red lips and mine was "Chloe". ...
... losing and calling it soccer. I also met an American frat star lacrosse jock who is friend with Michelle and he was embarrassed by the Spanish loss last night to the Dutch. All in all, I didn't expect anything like this to happen but I am terribly glad I met some amazing people and I had a blast! Memorable quote: I don't feel like I am in France anymore with all of our yelling!- Chris as we walked through the metro station. Tomorrow: Catacombs! Last day in ...
... my ice. We walked down past the louvre didn't go in we gonna do that soon. We walked so much saw some things i didn't know we're here. The squares here are awesome get good views of everything. We walked down the champ Ellis (hope I spelled that right) this is like Michigan avenue in Chicago on steroids everything was decorated for Christmas and they had a line of food booths and stuff to buy the smells I wanted to eat everything. As ...
Our second day in Paris was spent travelling the other two routes on the hop-on hop-off bus.
The main route was the superstar route and took us down the Champs Elysee, to the Arc de Triomphe. After hopping off the bus, we walked through a tunnel under the huge roundabout to the great monument in the centre. Luckily we had a pusher for Ethan as this gave us access to the lift, reserved only for the disabled and people with ...