Timhotel Tour Montparnasse
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Pompidu were a favorite for Alix. We are slow to post up the days events as we have had little time except late at night and by then we are exhausted. On day 2 we are still not used to the time change yet and are not sleeping great.
More to come soon, the posts will likely be shorter as we are running out of time each day to post so hopefully I will just get some photos up with some brief comments.
... for next time the price and location.
My mood was flipped 180 degrees when we got back, coincidentally I had a message from Malia, also from Bec and Camille, who was interested in catching up with us for the sunset this evening, we told them we'd love to meet them on top of Montparnasse Tower where it's said to be the best views of the entire city. In the end they couldn't make it as they were the opposite side of town. I was running on fumes now, freezing cold no matter what ...
... see the ballet. Steph had organised for her cleaning,day to come over and clean my windows, they are looking very spekky! I had an extra ticket that I had bought for Steph so stood outside holding it up in the air. A very dodgy bloke came along and offered me 35 euro. Knew he was going to most likely on sell it but figured 35 euro better than nothing, especially as tickets cost 95!! Anyway sure enough along comes this elderly American woman to sit in the seat ...
... window and crane your neck to the right. You can see the tip of the Eiffel Tower!
Goals for today:
- Figure out our apartment and other relo accounting
- Check if my chip and sign credit-card works
- Check if my Bank Of America ATM card works at the BNP ATM and withdraw some money
- Work with relo agent to figure out our apartment ...
... For dinner, we went to a place that was suppose to be really
popular in Paris, but we couldn't read a single thing on the menu because it was all in French and we didn't want to end up ordering snails so we left. We should of probably
stayed there and ate, because when we left there was literally a line
wrapped around the block just waiting for a table. But we ended up at
Hard Rock Cafe instead and I ordered a 20 euro Chicken strips that I have ...