Hotel Le Vert Galant
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... my lesson the first time. We both got sunburnt as we did realize it was going to be so sunny and hot. Fun fact: hospitals translate from French as God's Hotel. A little creepy. So we made it through the day. This was a very long day. Tomorrow is our last full day in London but we are going to see a show. So there is still more to this ...
We woke up and had a bowl of muesli, the first time we'd bought something from the supermarket to have breakfast as it's generally included in all hotels in Turkey. We walked down a few blocks to champs élysées, something my parents had probably talked about but I ignored - it was a pretty great experience. I'd guess it's the similarity between Times Square in New York we were yet to visit. We visited ...
... and coats and my painting and our various bags it was getting to be exhausting to move it all between locations.
At the hotel we were able to check in immediately and went up the elevator and along an open atrium hallway that looked down into the airport terminal. Our room was spacious for a European hotel and we happily laid down in the beds for half an hour before showering and changing and heading via taxi into the city.
We asked the taxi to drop ...
... to look at the bags. Everything was a million euros haha. Cheyenne and I both hate shopping and were way too overwhelmed. We all split up and set a meeting time to be back at the front. Cheyenne and I saw a Sephora across the street and decided to go try to get free makeovers instead of shopping. Turns out they don't do that in Paris hahaha. We got to put a sample on our hand and that was it hahahah. We then saw an H and M (of course, they are literally everywhere in ...
We had some breakfast around 8 than walked down to get on the on/off bus it took us around Paris grand tour Eiffel Tower Arc de triomphe place de la Concorde and a few side streets, we than walked along the left bank of the seine river 30 mins walk ...