Pentahotel Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport
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... cross unharmed. The access to the arch was underground therefore you had to enter from the street across the road and walk under the main traffic. Once there and our tickets purchased we started the climb of close to 300 stairs most of it going up a spiral staircase. Once at the top you were able to yet again get a great view of Paris and view the crazy traffic below. We spent some time up there enjoying the 360 degree view of Paris (because you can never get enough of ...
... see through. Or both. Or has a lot of stuff on it that isn't going to survive hand washing a couple dozen times. I did manage to find one thing though so now I can say that I bought designer clothes in Paris! It was only 15 euro though :).
I did eventually make it up to Sacre Coeur, which is beautiful. The day was pretty hazy so you couldn't really see the city too well from the overlook though. The interesting thing about Sacre Coeur is that there are ...
This morning we went very quickly to the Louvre. It was super cool. We saw THE MONA LISA it was surprisingly small. It was cool. After the louvre we went to office to see how we could buy hop on hop off bus tickets. Mum couldn't find the stop we asked heaps of people but we kept on getting different answers. Finally we found it we were all so ...
... you call it), a long hallway with beautiful chandeliers. There was also a library and museum that you could explore. It would be so cool to actually see a show here. When I was done visiting the Opera, I walked around for a bit, and checked out some of the shops. Then, I caught the train back to Ide's place. Tomorrow, I will be exploring the city with Cristine, and another sister who is visiting ...
... regular houses are elegant and pretty. The downside is that there are sahhhhhh many tourists there to see the famous city. Including hypocritical old me. It might sounds like a petty complaint, but it can really affect your enjoyment of a city when you are crushed in the crowds at museums, or forced to listen to a bunch of boring middle-aged Americans as you wait in line for an hour at Notre-Dame. The locals weren't actually toooo bad. Most ...
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