Suite Novotel Paris Porte de la Chapelle
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So, went to bed at 2am and woke up at 3am...yeah, I don't know what I was thinking! We were told the night before that the main road outside of our flat would be teeming with cabs... it wasn't! So, we walked a little over half of a mile to the train station... plenty of cabs there, but only a few that took a swipe card. I'm learning that chip and pin is most common and swiped cards aren't accepted everywhere. When will the ...
... our day of travel so we hit the hay and dreamed about day two! May 8- World War II victory day Since it was once again raining we decided to travel to museums and other indoor locations. We started by the love lock bridge and made our way to the louvre. Outside the louvre we saw our send in bride as we waited in line to enter the museum. Once inside we followed all the other tourist and made our way to the Mona Lisa, along the way we pointed out ...
... we had 2 hours to explore the airport, and i have collected the following intel:
1. most french people are rude. i hate stereotyping, but frankly, if the shoe fits.......wear it. (in france the shoe is probably a 900 dollar loubiton). anyways, i make an effort to speak their language, and be as respectful as i can.
2. everything is overpriced. not much to say about this one, but ...
Well we made it, very excited. On the drive in from the airport you could be mistaken and think you were driving in from Melbourne airport. Got crazier as you got more into Paris zipping down tiny streets I can see why I've been told not to drive in Paris. We're staying in arrondissement 3 in a great apartment on the sixth floor. Thankfully there's a tiny little lift. The three of ...
... bus traffic, took us on an alternative route, through the west end of the city. The route took us by the Paris branch of my Firm and dropped us off at The Grand Arch, an arch built in the late 1980's amid the La Defense area- a collection of skyscrapers and modern urban architecture to the north west of the city. While the Arc de Triomphe celebrates a miltiary victory, this arch is a monument to humanity and humanitary ideals. It's a large, square, modern archway, and ...