Timhotel Tour Montparnasse
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... This is actually our first bit of good fortune. We stopped at a cafe and plopped down next to two Australians named Phil and Bronwyn. We chatted about traveling around Europe and our native lands over beers. Eventually, our incredibly nice waiter asked if he could seat another woman at our table. We agreed and learned that the woman's name was Lucy, a native to the U.S. She was from Pennsylvania and had done some time in DC as a ...
... bus/ metro/ train/ tram system is crazy, and when I finally get the hang of it I switch cities. At the end of his visit I walked him back to St. Lazar and said a short term "goodbye" until I see him in Aspen soon. Once he left for Le Harve and I headed to the hostel and bought a very cheap outfit and put everything in the washer and dryer on HIGH heat. I was going to be bed bug free. I couldn't stand another day. It turned out I ...
... everyone is heading to see a specific work and they just walk past. We did walk quickly through, but also took some time to glimpse a few of the other impressive paintings along the way. The Mona Lisa itself is quite small (some of the other paintings take up most of a wall) and has a swarm of people around it. Renee said this crowd was small compared to when she was there and couldn't even get to the front to take a picture. It's hard to take time ...
... train there. Gianni told Ant to look out for something weird with the trains. He found it, you have to open the door yourself. I dont get this, if the doors can closr themselves why cant they open themselves. When we got off the train it smelt like poo, and thats because there was a poo at the station. When we got out of the station it was like stepping into a different ...
... Day 2 was filled with 9 HOURS of constant walking of the city, and I don't mean strolling, I mean Robbie on a mission power walking. we went from the Arc of Triumph, to the Eiffel Tower, Napoleons Tomb, the Pantheon, EVERYWHERE, you name it, we were there. But it was such an awesome way to do it, we came across places we would have never otherwise seen. On our way to the Eiffel Tower we went through some markets, and that was my highlight, ...