Sejours & Affaires Pantin Charles De Gaulle
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to walk to the top of the Arc, and headed up the, what seemed like a million
stairs (had to work off those cookies somehow), to the top. The stairs were worth it because it was
beautiful at the top! We could see all of Paris. We tried to get a picture, somewhat
unsuccessfully because of the wind and rain, but it was still fun!
the Arc, we headed to Angelina’s restaurant, where my cousin Taylor told ...
... wallets when his fiancé asked someone to mind their luggage while she went to the toilet. It was gone when she emerged and now they had no way of paying a €42 taxi fare to their hotel that had been prebooked. I asked if he had been to the Embassy and he replied that they closed at 2.30 and could not help him. My heart went out to him until I began to wonder where his fiancé was now and then I asked if he had any identification. When he said he had neither with ...
... tour guide as having small lines and being of a size that was actually doable. The Musee de l'Orangerie is right near the Louvre and houses Monet's 8x4m waterlilies as well as a collection of Renoir, Cezanne, Picasso, Matisse, Derain, amongst others, but it seems that even the smallest museums and galleries have collections that put even the largest in Australia to shame. After having our cultural fix we headed to Montmarte, the home of Basilica of the Sacre Coeur, amazing views over ...
Woke at 3 again... Day only really staryed at 9 when we drove into paris trying to negotiate the small streets was challenging but we were rewarded with a park right next to the eiffel tower. Apparently parking is free is paris on the weekends Got a late brekkie / early lunch at ...
... screamed " Give me back my money" over and over. What happened was another culprit who had jumped over the ticket styles now jumped back to our side and passed me back two £50 notes. Then they took off. Within 20 seconds a female transportation authority cop was in front of us showing her ID and her gun, asking for information which she quickly dispatched through a microphone that looked like regular earbuds. Thank goddess Leslie speaks French and in the next few ...