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... or mugged. Travel here is creepy (at night, as least). The train I was on was fine enough, but the stations were really dirty and smelly and just not great places. Also, I may have gotten on the last train illegally - I feel like I was maybe supposed to pay separately for the last leg of the trip, but my ticket opened the barrier enough for me to get through... I might be an accidental petty criminal. It's cool. I found ...
Okay, so we'd missed the last train to Paris. I felt a bit dejected as normally we fly by the seat of our pants and generally make it with seconds to spare. Not this time. We then are told we can get the train from Frethuan back into Calais Town. We do and the train is empty, we also get a free ride which cheers me up a bit. As we walk out of the station, one of the chaps there tells us there's a TGV to Paris at 6.17 am the next day and we intend to ...
... rue du Rivoli and onto Champs Elysées past the place de la Concorde the onto the Arc de Triumph. Incredible to see all these land marks. We then went back to our accommodation , turns out it is a penthouse house apartment on the 6th floor with views of the Eiffel Tower. It's about 250m2, just huge, woody valued it at about 10 million dollars. We caught our breath and then headed to the Arc de Triumph to watch the conclusion of the ...
The next few days entries need to be read with your best French accent because that is how we are writing them!
A later start today after a bit of a sleep in, then a quick trip to the supermarket to buy some supplies.
We then tackled the Metro, perhaps not quite as easy as the London Underground but it all makes sense when you get your head around the maps! We managed to get to the Isle De la Cite with one train change and headed straight to ...
... left bank today as we were going on a romantic lunch cruise down the Seine river. As normal I like to know were we are going well in advance therefore we wander over and check out the departure point on the river bank, once satisfied we then had some spare time to explore as we haven't been this side of the bank yet. There are lovely coffee shops (too bad the coffee is terrible) lots of gift stores and we know the markets are further down but ...