Mercure Paris Terminus Nord
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today we had our fat bike tour around the city. We got up early because we didn't know how the metro system worked so wanted to give ourselves plenty of time. As we were leaving the hostel we saw a sign that said free breakfast starts at 7:30. We had no idea it was free so this was a nice surprise. It is just a simple breakfast. A few cereals yogurt fruit, some bread with ham and cheese also coffee and fruit juice.
We then headed out to find the metro and head into town. ...
... the size bad the history behind it is amazing. We got some time off after so Gier, Johnson and I ate lunch at a small cafe and did some shopping at some souvenir shops. We ate dinner at Flam's which serves endless flatbread pizza and it was pretty tasty. We ended the night with an evening boat tour on the Seine River. We didn't get back to the hotel until about midnight, but overall it was a pretty good day in ...
... LOTS of art shops. We finally found a cafe that didn't have meals that only millionaires could afford and ate at 2:30 in the afternoon. After that we caught the Batobus back to the Eiffel tower to see is the lines had died down but they hadn't so we went to a market near it and me and Ben bought a T-shirt there. We were going to wait till it was night time to see all the lights but it was to cold and I was only in a T-shirt so we went home. ...
It's now 7 pm and I'm not sure if we'll be heading out to have food tonight. I refer to food rather than referring to a specific meal time as we tend to blur the lines between breakfast, lunch and dinner. We simply eat what catches our eye or when we are hungry, whatever time of day that might be. In this regard, Bridget and I are well-suited travelling companions. Today I have thoroughly enjoyed a calorie saturated day. It started with a brioche, followed by ...
... hop on, hop off boat. Not entirely without incident though - with Tom causing a diplomatic situation between the English (who I am reliably told by the English) are always right, and the French (who I am reliably told by the English) are always rude. Tom wanted to buy a two day pass, which is €2 more than the one day pass. The guy sold him a one day pass, and whilst Tom was polite enough to admit that either the language or an accident probably caused the discrepancy, can ...