Residence Mercure Le Scenario
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... those crazy Parisian drivers. We ended the the tour here and we're going to catch the subway back but decided to walk again, we came across a popular spot for pictures of the Eiffel Tower. Then walked on down to it so so beautiful. We both feel like it's a bit of a dream being here in all this beautiful architecture. A stop for coffee and crepes saw us back at the motel just before midnight with an early morning tomorrow it's lights out. Step....gasp 20,327. ...
... was just near the Sorbonne which has been a University since the 13th century, although the main campus building is from the 19th century. Next to the Sorbonne is the College of France which was set up to teach French as the Sorbonne refused to use anything other than Latin. French became the official language to unite north and South France in 1536. We also saw the Shakespeare, the oldest English bookshop in Paris and this shop was a centre of the Resistance ...
... s'il vous plait" that we had been warned would occur). We walked through the duty-free perfume purveyors into what looks like a high end mall--Prada, Hermes, etc--and found our gate, M45. Lots of time left for a final croissant and cafe au lait. Then Karen found some sofas where we have put our legs up for 20 minutes or so. Boarding starts 50 minutes before the scheduled flight time--aargh! That's a lot of time on the plane! The journey continues, but is clearly winding ...
... Paris prices, a lunch of €45 is not something that we will be enjoying to often this trip but the food was great and the beer was plenty cold.
After lunch we headed back to check in, desperately in need of freshening up.
Our first night in the city of love we decided to spend in front of its already mentioned famous tower, on the way to the Champ de Mars we grabbed some typically French supplies of soft cheese, meat, baguette and of course a red wine.
... away. Found a shop, took our snack to a park and then went back to the hotel to wait. A car pulled up at the same time as we arrived, and it was our transport, so no wait and off we went.
We've used shuttles to and from the airport every time, with different excitements. We've been hit by a police car, and negotiated the Champs Elysee and L'etoile around the Arc de Triomphe. This evening's driver was terrible! A Sri Lankan who said ...