Adagio Paris Buttes Chaumont
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... definite return someday.
From the airport we grabbed the free shuttle from the airport to the hotel, which we knew was going to be a very basic room for the price we were paying but would do the trick. We didn’t want to bother going into Paris that afternoon so I went in search of some food nearby. There was a huge shopping mall that we had driven past coming in and I asked at the desk how long it would take to walk there. She informed that I ...
... up to ma & pa's floor and knocked on their door.....and there we all were haha!
We sat and chatted for ages talking about our trip so far and things we've seen, and also how their Hong Kong stopover went.
We soon decided we needed to go out and explore Paris and of course get some lunch!
The weather here is a little up and down...one min it's sunny, the next it's drizzling and cold. It's more like spring weather than summer ...
... a cafe where he would buy me coffee, but I assured him it wasn't necessary. He said okay, put his hand over his heart, and continued on. So many beautiful people in the world. So again, I lost it, and cried some more.
I finally got back into my room and immediately messaged Adam, telling him I didn't want to leave. We've been talking daily since I left Grenoble and he's been helping me with travel anxieties or issues. He's also there for the good, ...
... in the streets. At the bottom we stayed for a while in the park soaking up the sun.
It was mid afternoon and the day had gone surprisingly quick. We decided to head off to the Champs-Élysées on foot - a fair walk but one we thought wouldn't take too long. Well it actually did take a while, as we stopped for lunch, back tracked to the Eiffel Tower parks and headed off in the right direction again.
... beds. He nodded a silent greeting, and I maintained the social contract and head bobbed in return. I scrambled up to the middle bed and tucked myself in, no longer fearing zombies, but slightly fearing waking up with less belongings I began the trip with. We woke up on at 8:30 the next day and we were all surprised to learn that we were able to sleep through the night, even if there were a couple times we started awake. I patted my purse and backpack down and discovered tat ...