Novotel Paris Porte d'Italie
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... I was...and the thought of going more than double higher was crushing. So I heading for the down lift, happy that I had at least been up the tower. Just as I go to the down lift, something carried me further to the up lift and I got in. Felt sick all the way. Got out....and struck by the sheer beauty of what I was seeing I suddenly felt fine! So glad there is nothing to regret.... - Arc de Triomphe was the next port of call. Now I am in a position of not really knowing exactly ...
... I could get one. Not bad, off I go, well that was a madhouse I waited and waited, tried three different places finally my turn, and OH! No! my passport was back on my bed at the Hostel and you cannot buy a SIM card without it---WHY???? I didn't ask! Walked back looking for a place to get more Euros, not successfully but I did get a ham sandwich to take back and share with that fully clean and rested roomie of mine. After we shared it we went back out , checked out ...
... this park again, or any other Disney park outside of the USA. The standards here are nowhere close to a minimal percentage of what they should be. During our extended sentence...err.....I mean visit here, we only saw a handful of characters, which were not even available for meet & greet. We saw Captain Hook and Smee walk by, Mickey near the park entrance and Snow White and Aurora who must have realized this wasn't their cup of tea and were also leaving for places ...
... you salivating, Miss Georgia!
- The church of St Gervais-St Protais, a less popular tourist stop, right behind Palce des Vosges. Inside there was just us and two nuns sitting at the back listening to a lovely choir rehearse a soaring set of choral works.
- The stained glass windows of Sainte Chapelle build in the Middle Ages by King Louis IX (aka Saint Louis) - over 1000 different scenes depicted that covered ...
... have to conquer your fears. Following the tour we bid our farewells as I had a few things I wanted to do and they did toon Donna and Alan are off to Bruges in the morning.. and I am off to Brussels. I made a bee line for the Plains de Challot where you can get an unobstructed photo open of the eiffel tower. Unfortunately the tennis ball hanging in the middle of the tower for thr french open is acting as permanent photo bomb :P. Next I retraced my steps and headed to the Ecole ...