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I've finally worked out how to tackle Paris. There are probably eight or ten major attractions
(the cannot miss/must see places) scattered around Paris and I didn't want to see them all in a week, when I have a month to spend here. Thanks to Tripadvisor I have worked out how to prolong the pleasure of discovering Paris. By bringing up a place like for instance Notre Dame Cathedral and ...
We had today all planned out from the start. We wanted to see the Notre Dame, the Sacré-cœur Basilica and possibly walk past moulin rouge. Since we are on a budget friendly trip and cause we're young and hip we decided to walk most of it. (Except the longest distance from our apartment to Notre Dame) so we set out taking the metro to Notre Dame. Notre Dame is just like how it is portrayed in the Disney movie. It's big and there are gargoyles on it...No joke. I felt ...
... they have just been coaxed. Add a cafe creme for David and a chocolate chaud for me.
But this is no ordinary hot chocolate. It comes in a silver pot, with cream, whisper light with tiny sprinkles of fresh vanilla. And it is sweet as if a fairy has just waved her wand over it to make you realise magic exists. Next the coup de grace, balls of chocolate in their own little ...
Today we woke up at 8am to catch a plane to Lisbon. We left at 9:15 to walk to the metro and get a train to Garde Du Nord station. The ticket machine wouldn't except my credit card and the fare was €19. So after trying to find somewhere to buy a ticket and then finding the line up was huge to purchase a ticket and we were running out of time to get to the airport. We jump in a ...
... top of the museum. We waited for an hour to see the tower first light up against the night sky, then sparkle, which was pretty magical. We the walked over to the Arc Du Triomph, and took a night stroll down the Champs Élysées - where the streets were overflowing with burkas and oil-rich money. Again, the tourists messed up the beautiful sights, and we made our way home, past the Egyptian Obelisk, and through the now quietening midnight Parisian streets! What a ...
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