Timhotel Paris Gare Montparnasse
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We picked a good day to have lunch up the Eiffel Tower. It is cold, wet and foggy. I cannot see the top of the tower this morning. We headed to the Eiffel Tower to catch the HOHO bus again as we had to pick up our Louvre tickets from a tourist office. We thought we might squeeze in a shop down the Champs Élysées but the stopped for quite a while at a few places and we had to be at ...
... as mine is on its last legs and may not make it home in one piece. Off to London via the Eurostar tomorrow lunchtime - should be just time to grab breakfast somewhere beforehand, though everything opens fairly late (generally 9 is the earliest and most more around 10ish).
Sam: Very detailed post from Mitch, so not too much more to add......legs and feet are very tired and aching from LOTS of walking today. Although walking along the Seine to the Eiffel ...
... needed laundry and sort of making an assessment of my pack and what things I haven't used and what things I'm missing. I'm definitely missing a belt - my bottoms fit fine when I left the US but now my pants are starting to be in danger of falling off without one. I could definitely use one of those down super-lightweight jackets next time I come - spring has been lovely and I'm VERY glad I brought my fleece with me but it's still ...
On Monday we walk to the Museum of the Middle Ages at the Cluny Abbey in St Germain. Cath stops and buys some macaroons along the way. The museum tends to focus on the late Middle Ages and with the nobility and church. There is almost nothing about the peasantry. That was a question I pondered as we visited the chateaus in the Loire. How did the common folk who did all the work on these estates live? I'm still none ...
... in advance when we arrived but the tourist centre didn't sell them and the online tickets needed to be printed for presentation. Never mind, we were 'appy and moved on to the Arch de Triumph. This was another venue that accepted the Paris Pass so entry was easy. The climb up the many steps in the little narrow circular stair case was a little more challenging. The climb was all worthwhile once at the top though. The view from up ...