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... 12pm so we spent every last second relishing in our beautiful rooms! Then we began the long metro venture to our not so fancy hostel. We took what felt like 100 metro changes (when you have a now 19kg pack on your back 5mins seems like a lifetime!) before we finally made it to our hostel, so by the time we got there we were all nakered! We threw our things in the rooms and went to a local kebab shop for some amazing snacks (we ...
... had a really nice
lunch (I had some fried mozerella and penne) that ended with some of the best
crème brulee I have had in my life (and it was about the third time I had it in
this short weekend in Paris too haha). I think I will dream about that in years
to come. It’s like that dessert has a new name… Merci Paris!
J’aime Paris! C’est joli!
Love and miss you all!
... and are about to walk in when we see turnstiles. Huh, that's weird. We look at the sign as we are about to go through at it says 0,70 €. Now I'm not an expert but I'm pretty sure that means you have to pay that amount to enter. We see a lady at a desk, in the bathroom mind you, collecting money and handing out change. Sure enough, she was giving people change so they could pay to enter the toilet area. Wow. I mean you have to do what you have to do, though. So, Amy and I ...
... in August. Therefore I had the luxury of spending a leisurely day in Paris, without having to worry about cramming in the sights.
The first thing I saw as I emerged from the Metro with Maddie was the Arc de Triomphe. We took a few pictures in front of it and then wandered down the Champs Elysee, walking into stores where the price tags had more numbers than my credit card. The Louis Vuitton Store was quite impressive. Really for humble folk like myself it is more of a ...
... trip. Naturally, a part of me was scared that all of my expectations would come crashing down like a bottle of red wine on a white carpet, so the entire time I tried to keep a level head.
By the time we arrived it was clear that Paul had food poisoning from his lunch at Heathrow airport aside from the long layover and nauseating flight from New York. As our luck would have it an entire family of sick ...