We left London wishing we could spend more time there, it is a fab city with so much to see and do, but we got on the eurostar excited to be heading for Paris. We managed to get through customs after a officer insisted on emptying the girls bag, he was only trying to perv im sure, but he was nice, so no dramas except the girl was embarrassed when all her personal things were there for all to see! The journey is short by Aussie standards, only 2 hours to the centre of Paris, same time as from my house to Brisbane! The channel crossing was over in a flash, i didnt even realise we were in France until i saw the signs not in english! Travel guide for dummies is what i need! I managed to ask for my Paris Visite card and museum pass all in french, the counter attendant was so lovely he smiled and replied in english! He was very helpful and pointed me in the right direction for the metro line i needed. It was the last time i used it, the metro was a navigational nightmare! Anyway we were off to a good start. Our hotel was very close to the St Michel subway, which is as close to the centre of the city as you can get on the left side of the river, it was fabulous. We dumped our things and headed off to explore, we were so excited we forgot the camera and went back for it!
The Sacre Cour in Montemarte, the weather was very warm for early spring in Paris so all the flowers were already out, which was lucky for us!
And Le Tour Eiffel of course!There were so many things to show you but that would have made an epic post, we went to the louvre which has to be the worlds most amazing gallery, the paintings are truly incredible, we spent two half days there alone!
Trying to walk around looking up all the time!
The French Revolution
Keep smiling !