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... to check a little closer too) not a good start. We thought we had up graded all flights on trip to 30kg oops nah Nice man seating on aisle next to Rob asked if we wanted to swap - yeah. Plane door closes and there are seats/rows everywhere not filled. Blahhhh
Anyway we get to Hotel, wow just down the road from the Arc de Triomphe. Off to explore, tick more places off our bucket list, Arc de ...
... before landing.
The passport control/security line at LHR Flight Connections was the worst I've ever seen. Still, it probably only took ten minutes to get through, and I managed not to set off any buzzers.
My onward flight to Paris left on time and was only a tiny bit late in arriving because of thunderstorms outside of Paris. This made for a very bumpy ride, but at least it's a really short flight. (The flight from Seattle was pretty bumpy too, come to think ...
... and gave us some great advice on the places we are planning on visiting! His roommate then returned back to the bar, who was from the south of France. We spent the night conversing about anything and everything we had in common, everyone equally fascinated by each other. Kicked out at 2, we went across the road to the canal and chatted for another couple of hours before deciding we should all hit the sack. We climbed the mountain of steps (about 7 floors) and got some ...
... the tomb had it arranged so he didn't have to kneel by installing mirrors at 45 degrees positioned to allow him to view the tomb whilst standing. When you see the photos of these buildings you will see plenty of gold (real) decorating them. After this we headed over the Alexander III Bridge. This was a built as a gift from Alexander III from Russia to celebrate the new peace between France and Russia. The four corners of the bridge have gold (fake) ...
... so that number might be a little off. We are also walking a lot so hopefully the pudge that I have cultivated over the last month or so will subside.
It's weird being in an apartment block after living in the house in Sanilhac. In Sanilhac, apart from the church bells, there was barely a noise. Some walls in the house were over half a metre thick. In the apartment, we can hear the people above and beside us. Andrew has never lived in ...