Auberge Du Cheval Blanc
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... I was gonna try to get together with one of the French guys I met a few summers ago during that basketball camp, but I was just too sick. It was a shame because he was going to take us around Paris and show us different places. I was sleeping all afternoon though and spent more time in the hostel than I would have liked, but there was nothing I could do about it.
We woke up around 6:30 am to get ready and get to our 8:15 ...
... here the tower was 100. Then a drive around Paris including down the Champ-élysées and around the Arc de Triomphe. Then back to the tower for our trip to the second level. The lift goes diagonally up the north leg and down the east leg. We went up at 10pm so it was well and truly night. The view was spectacular!!!!
We left the tour early as the bus wasn't leaving until 11pm and had another adventure on the ...
Today we walked through the Tuileries on our way to the Louvre, which was ridiculously crowded as always :) In the afternoon we took a bus tour through St. Germain & Montparnasse neighborhoods. This city is so beautiful, it's just unreal. We enjoyed a great lunch at Cafe Montparnasse. Mom and I both enjoyed watching the waiters tell each guest to seat themselves, and then come back later and move them to a slightly ...
... back to our place and crashed. I think Paris wins for jankiest trains of the trip. Brussels is a close 2nd, but in Paris the trains are old AND you can unlatch and open the door while the train is still moving! Yes, you unlatch most of them. I told you - janky! I don't think the doors are on motion sensors - they beep and then fly closed and I'd hate to be caught in one. These trains have seen better days, which is surprising because everything else here is ...
... tower. Our cruise was about to depart so we left the tower and joined the hour long cruise that went up and then down the river back to where we started from. Off the cruise and on to the nearby floating restaurant for a cup to tea (we've sort of given up on coffee) Nathalie met Us for coffee and Before we climbed the tower we had to find a geocache in the nearby gardens. Met some cachers from Portugal there looking for the same thing we ...